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Charles Herbert as Chuck Zorba!
- Raymond Banacki
I would love to have seen this film in Illusion-O.
It's Halloween 2017 and I've been binging TCM all day because they're only showing horror films. I'd never seen this one before and was really surprised I enjoyed it so much. The recap is rather dry but the film is not. Like "Poltergeist," the film centers around a regular family with a small child - the son - as the focal point who sees the ghosts. The film develops nicely from the use of a Quija Board to the special eyeglasses that make the ghosts visible. The film scares you and is a perfect Halloween treat. The real gold here is the great Margaret Hamilton as the "witch"/housekeeper. Whatever you do, don't miss the last 10 minutes of this film. She is simply magnificent!
Really Good Original and Decent Remake
Finally saw original,remake ok,saw when came out and on telly.
A Must See Classic Horror Movie
Classic B&W scary ghost movie, minus the blood & gore of today...
This is great! I recall seeing this movie when I was young, going into the theater and getting hold of my first pair of 3-D glasses. Yep, 3-D, when this movie came out in the theaters you needed the glasses to see the ghosts properly, I wonder if anyone else recalls that bit of nostalgia. I remember it like it was yesterday, of course they were made of paper board frames with colored cellophane lenses, one red the other blue. This was indeed a spectacle, quite scary and I remember it quite vividly and with fond memories. I wonder how it is that we don't need the glasses to see the ghosts now...oooouu eerie...lol...
personal best of Mr.C's films
- dixie poodle
For almost fifty years my kin folk has watch this wonderful film to start the witching season.
This movie may be a little old. But it was scary in its day, The remake did not do justice to this movie. I love this movie and in my child years it did hold my attention plus the ending was great and the actors were good to which made the movie believable. all my friends and siblings loved it and still do.