City of the Dead

City of the Dead

Directed by John Llewellyn Moxey

In this atmospheric classic, a professor (horror icon Christopher Lee) sends a student to Whitewood, Massachusetts, the site of 17th century witch burnings. Once there, she learns the satanic secrets that live on.

In this atmospheric classic, a professor (horror icon Christopher Lee) sends a student to Whitewood, Massachusetts, the site of 17th century witch burnings. Once there, she learns the satanic secrets that live on.

Cast: Patricia Jessel, Dennis Lotis, Christopher Lee

Member Reviews

All the trappings of gothic horror are here. Thoroughly enjoyable classic film.

evanw
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3 weeks ago

Interesting and the late great Sir Christopher Lee is always a delight, my big takeaway though was oh hey that's the line from that Rob Zombie song.

CamFras890
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1 month ago

Really loved this film. A few plot holes here or there but I just couldn’t get enough of this one. One of my new favorites on shudder. Only complaint is Sir Lee didn’t get enough screen time

@moosetattooer
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1 month ago

Basically Psycho but replace Norman Bates with Witches and Satanists. The cinematography is eerie and looks of it’s time. Heck, with this enough fog you can fill 3 Spirit Halloween’s. Good film

JitoStudosINC
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2 months ago

Not bad for a film from the 60's. Though it is disturbing when a film just acts like burning witches is a good thing.

McKaylea
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2 months ago