Death Dimension 2003 Horror Movie Review
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You never know what you’ll get when you watch an Al Adamson film. Some of them are entertaining (Brain of Blood) and some are just unwatchable (Blood of Ghastly Horror). Death Dimension is certainly watchable, though a bit slow at times, but it has at least one scene that deserves to be a classic. Harold “Oddjob” Sakata plays a bad guy here, and he certainly was a better actor in Goldfinger, where he didn’t speak. He’s joined here by one time James Bond George Lazenby. I suppose “Death Dimension” is a good example at what happened to his career after his one James Bond movie.
Recommended to Adamson fans and fans of 70s B movies.
About Death Dimension (2003)
Jim Kelly (II), Harold Sakata, George Lazenby, Terry Moore, Aldo Ray,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Runtime:
90 minutesDirector: Al Adamson,
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