Virgin of Nuremberg 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
This thriller boasts an excellent story, some masterful lighting and cinematography, effective use of color, not to mention a distinguished old castle, as beautiful without as it is within.
The musical score, while big band and jazz oriented, actually works very well, inasmuch as it’s quite unusual and unexpected for this type of story.
Christopher Lee has one of his most distinctive roles from the 1960’s, and perhaps most important of all—the film is scary!
Note that many of the props, including Rossanna Podesta’s bedstead, were also used in Bava’s “Black Sabbath,” as well as in Freda’s “Terror of Dr. Hichcock.”
Really a sumptuous looking film.
About Virgin of Nuremberg (2004)
Virgin of Nuremberg
Rossana Podestà, Georges Rivière, Christopher Lee, Jim Dolen, Lucile Saint-Simon,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
91 minutesDirector: Antonio Margheriti,
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