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Curse of the Crimson Altar (1968)

Curse of the Crimson Altar (1968)
Stephen Jacobs

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TITLE: Curse of the Crimson Altar

YEAR RELEASED:  1968

DIRECTOR:  Vernon Sewell

CAST: Christopher Lee, Boris Karloff, Mark Eden, Barbara Steele and Michael Gough

MINI-REVIEW FROM STEPHEN JACOBS: This is a tale of witchcraft and revenge in which Robert Manning [Mark Eden] goes to Craxted Lodge looking for his brother and finds more than he bargained for. This is a lesser film from Karloff’s final years, and the last film he made in Britain. Still, it is worth seeing Karloff and other horror stalwarts – Christopher Lee, Barbara Steele and Michael Gough – all in the same picture.

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Stephen Jacobs
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Award-winning London-based horror film historian STEPHEN JACOBS is the author of Karloff: More than a Monster.

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