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Plot: A chilling tale of suspense and survival. When a doctor rents a haunted house to use as a clinic, he and his associates are victimized by supernatural powers within. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission). Runtime: 89 min Release Date: 05 May 1978
one of the best haunted house films I've seen (by stevehorror)
i must admit i really do love this film and despite what other people say i thought this was the best haunted house film i have ever seen,a lot of people seem to think that it's not that scary or not a very good film although I've yet to see a haunted house film that's any better,sure it can be a little silly in places but this was made over 20 years ago on a low budget but i think it does deliver quite a few scares and is never boring so if your in the right kind of mood and you want to watch a decent haunted house film then you can't go too wrong with this little gem.
really scary. (by jacobjohntaylor1)
This is a very scary movie. It has a great story line. It also has great acting. It is scarier then The Shinning. It one of the scariest movie you will ever see. It will make scream.
Pretty Good Movie (by jrasche2003)
I remember seeing this movie as a child, and how it scared me! Well one day I was lucky to find the VHS at a garage sale. Last night I finally put it on to a DVD, where it will never ever wear out.I think Richard Crenna did a great job in this film. I think the film itself was a bit before its time with some of the special effects. The look cheesy compared to todays standards, but for a movie coming out of the 80's it is remarkable.I am really surprised at how little information is out there about this movie, It is one of those small classics that got lost, and I am sure glad that I still <more>
When you get to renovate a house, make sure that there are no evil spirits lurking around. That's when a professor and a graduate student learned that the hard way in "The Evil". At the end of a school semester, the professor and his colleague go to a Civil War era mansion so they along with others from a different program could help fix it up. Unbeknownst to anyone, there's something about it that doesn't feel right. The first victim is the caretaker of the mansion. No one could find him. Then others would succumb to the supernatural menace. The one with the dog fell <more>
victim to the evil, when the dog made the discovery that would result of him turning on the owner. The former drug user got stripped by the entity, and had to walk around in a trenchcoat. And so much to see when you watch this film. And who could forget Victor Buono. Known for King Tut on "Batman". He plays the Devil. Wicked, very wicked. It's a great film. Something for a rainy day. 4 out of 5 stars
A very good horror-movie about some demons who have their home in an old mansion. The action starts when the new owners tries to move in. -------- This is a real horror-movie of the very rare kind. You seldom find many of this type. And it's scary as hell. The atmosphere manages to thrill over and over and the whole film moves towards a climax that I barely find in horror-films today. Highly recommended 9 out of 10
A nifty 70's haunted house horror flick (by Woodyanders)
Compassionate psychologist C.J. Arnold a fine, bearded Richard Crenna, who starred in the hilariously horrible made-for-TV hoot "Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell" around the same time and his supportive wife Caroline gorgeous brunette Joanna Pettet purchase a huge, creepy, rundown old mansion with the intention of transforming it into a drug rehabilitation center. A kindly apparition warns Caroline to leave the house, but the stubbornly rationale C.J. balks at the idea that the eerie abode might be spooked and invites a team of college students genial unsung 70's action movie <more>
tough guy Robert Viharo and fetching femme faves Cassie Yates and Mary Louise Weller among 'em led by C.J.'s good buddy Professor Raymond Guy a nicely subdued performance by the usually more manic Andrew Prine to help him clean the dingy place up. Things turn sour and get mighty harrowing when C.J. accidentally releases an ancient and extremely malevolent phantasmagoric force that's been confined in the basement for a long time. Said force proceeds to gruesomely decimate most of the cast grisly electrocutions, a possessed German Shepard causes a chick to take a fatal spill down a flight of stairs, Prine drowns in quicksand, and so on before C.J. and Caroline discover that none other than Beezlebub his horned, devilish self a sumptuously ripe, show-stopping slice of grand thespic ham by Victor Buono is behind the whole diabolical shebang.While the plot might not sound too promising in fact, it's pretty threadbare , "The Evil" still qualifies as a superior supernatural scarefest because the invigorating deftness and straightforwardness of the execution wholly compensate for the story's dearth of originality. The direction by the always efficient and underrated 70's exploitation feature ace Guy "The Student Body" Trikonis bristles with remarkable élan, style and restraint. Furthermore, Trikonis adeptly covers all the mandatory bases to make this picture pass muster as a solid little horrorshow: a fair amount of alarming, pulse-quickening tension is ably created and sustained throughout, uniformly on the money acting, a fleshing-crawling score by Johnny Harris, a galloping pace which never lets up for a minute, properly ugly and unpleasant death scenes, a grim gloom-doom mood, shadowy cinematography by Mario DiLeo, and a cogently stated central thesis which firmly argues that not only must supernatural events and entities be accepted and dealt with on their own logic-defying otherworldly terms, but also that the sole way to effectively thwart evil is through direct and aggressive means. To sum up, this honey certainly rates as a a real killer diller haunted house thriller.
The evil is hiding in an old mansion.Whoever strong and noble soul would set the holy seal upon the gate to guard the place in life and death till time is no more that no man will set loose the Beast again.The haunted mansion is bought by a psychologist and his wife.A number of Richard Crenna's colleagues and former interns help in the restoration of the ominous manor.The unseen force begins to knock them off one by one.The battle between good and evil begins..."The Evil" is an eerie haunted house movie that is a bit reminiscent to Lucio Fulci's cult classic "The <more>
Beyond".The acting is strong and the suspense almost never lets up.There is very little gore,but some shocks are certainly effective.If you are a fan of "House on Haunted Hill" or "The Nesting" you can't go wrong with Gus Trikonis "The Evil".8 haunted mansions out of 10.