The Magic Voyage Of Sinbad / The Day The Earth Froze 2005 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
It’s a double feature of fantasy and spectacle from American International Pictures, which imported a series of foreign films in the early 1960s packed with eye-popping special effects, strange storylines and breathtaking color. Thus came The Day the Earth Froze, in which a witch freezes the world until she achieves her evil desires. Producer Roger Corman also recruited director Francis Ford Coppola to redub and recut a Russian film into The Magic Voyage of Sinbad, a feast of miraculous visuals and lavish settings bound to please every fantasy enthusiast.
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