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The Lost Continent(1968)

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  • the stuff of nightmares when I was a kid.

    • Randy Jamison
    • 6/6/14

    This movie scared me half to death when I was a kid and it still gives me the creeps!I love it, though, and always have.Got the original poster on my wall.When I first saw it at the age of 10 or so I had no idea it was a Hammer film.When I thought of Hammer then I thought of the Gothic horrors with Lee and Cushing.This was a mind-numbingly scary trip with a sordid, slightly sleazy feel to it.Grindhouse stuff, indeed!For a very long time I was never able to see it again (it never came on TV again.) until the mid-90's when I saw it for sale on video at Suncoast.After picking myself up from the floor I immediately purchased it.Wow I thought.I'm going to see a movie that gave me nightmares and sleepless nights again after all these many years!It was just as great as I remembered it!Seeing it as an adult I actually identified with the captain in the film and his existential dilemmas.Still a nightmare inducing experience!

  • The Lost Continent 1968

    • Glenn Heath
    • 10/31/12

    The Lost Continent is a good film to watch on a sick day or rainy day. The story line is about a tramp steamer, owned and operated by the captain, on it's last voyage. He sets out with an illegal cargo, and a passenger list of outcasts, each with a past. They run into trouble and a storm and end up abandoning the ship only to find even more trouble in an uncharted area of the Sargasso Sea. A vine that entangled many ships as far back as the Spanish galleons surrounded them and they eventually ended up finding the ship they originally abandoned. They get the ship in a safer condition and try to leave, but the vine has wrapped around the propeller. Wild creatures, people descended from the past, and the vine itself, create quite a voyage. A good B movie from the Hammer Studios in the UK. The actors, including Eric Porter and Hildegard Knef, were very good and the drama in between action scenes would have made a good movie on it's own.

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