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Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness is a yearly series of horror movie reviews produced by Cinemassacre Productions and airing around the month of October. This series is hosted by James Rolfe. This is episode 8 of Monster Madness “Around the World!”
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A haunting classic!
Tony must not like this film due to its eye aspect.
I like how you used the song Eyes without a face by Billy Idol. Nice touch. And I love that movie.
A cirurgia é agoniante de se assistir até no pequeno clipe do episodio.
Ah, yes. One of my favorites. I was hoping for the day you’d cover this one.
Plz don’t use background music like that. It is way to happy sounding and does not fit with the theme
What is that background song? I recognize it but can’t remember the name. Good review though makes me want to watch the movie
I just knew you’d play the Billy Idol song of the same name.
Hold on a minute, I thought Cemetery Man aka Dellamorte Dellamore, was an Italian movie. You even said so in the original review back in monster madness 3, episode 30
wow, that’s a hell of a movie right there, impressive for 1960.
Georges Méliès also did ‘The Conquest of the Pole’ (1912) which featured the first giant monster in film history in the form of an ice giant.
To all the haters, the background music is Eyes Without a Faces by Billy Idol. A total 80s Classic. I knew James would reference this song in some way. To me this amazing detail makes the review even better.
Good work James! So glad daily Monster Madness is back!
I’m loving that you’re taking Cinemassacre international this year! If you do England, would you consider doing Don’t Look Now (1973) featuring Donald Sutherland? I figure these are all already made so it won’t make it this year but, I just watched that movie and loved it and would also love to hear you and the Cinemassacre crew’s thoughts on it!
Keep up the good work guys!
Crazy how the 1st time i heard that background music was in an episode of nip/tuck which is a show about plastic surgery
Lol you crazy haddonfield kids and your spooky movies .. in Collingwood we watch MST3K
Cemetary Man isn’t French though, it’s Italian.
Is it possible to download these videos somewhere?
I’ve missed out on a week’s worth of Monster Madness already because the Odysee video player adamantly refuses to work on anything I’ve got, and it’s driving me up the wall.
Imagine seeing this in the cinema in 1960, I’m sure at least one person would’ve passed out or ran out
Wow, the french knew their stuff
What is it with the French and being afraid of being too ugly to be loved?
Hunchback of Notre Dame
Beauty and the Beast
Phantom of the Opera
and now this movie
I like that the videos are on here and am enjoying them, but the video player is trash. It’s always max volume at the start & doesn’t save your last set volume which is unfortunate.
i remeber seeing this as a kid lol
I hoped James would cover this movie! I only saw it this year and it was incredibly eerie. especially the surgery scene. I am enjoying the fact that now I am seeing these films before hearing reviews first. before no it was mostly the other way round.
I watched it the day before yesterday after this episode. Great film. The sugery scene creeped me out.
Cheers from Brazil 🇧🇷
James out here taking advantage of not being on Youtube with relevant music that would’ve gotten this video copyright claimed.
We owe to french cinema a lot. There are a lot of inspiring movies and directors, starting with Jean Luc Godard. This film is no exception, it feels too grounded like current horror and that makes it a lot creppy. Plus, what an asshole of a father.
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