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Children of the Damned

Children of the Damned(1964)

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    • kevin sellers
    • 10/24/17

    Larry (Don't call me Steve Bannon) Welk's asking us to choose between a tendency toward white racism or multi culturalism is the kind of no brainer that I've come to expect from this pro Aryan fellow. Guy used to be cleverer about his hateful beliefs, though. Now he's just Seb Gorka at the movies.

  • Children of the Slant

    • Larry Welk
    • 4/2/17

    Unlike Village of the Damned, Children of the Damned's story played on the notion of the elevated wisdom of an alien mentality inhabiting people-forms in order to preach world-peace dogma rather than being perceived as wanting to take over the world for their own benefit as in Village! Noticeably, Children featured multi-cultural world-kids as the heralders of coexistence in contrast to Village where all tots inherited blonde hair & nonbrown eyes which could allude to the dreaded Aryan youth of the 20th century bent on inheriting the earth & which mentality was portrayed as evil! Choose your bias!

  • Neither Sequel Nor Remake

    • McF
    • 4/17/15

    "Children of the Damned" is neither sequel nor remake but instead another "version" of the famous British science-fiction film "Village of the Damned."The plot is basically the same as "Village..." and depending on which film you see first, you may find either version the "better" film ( although "Village..." did indeed appear first.) Regardless, both films are superlative examples of British science-fiction and remain effective, even in the age of CG special effects.

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