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Blu-ray Review - Death Ship


The haunted ship subgenre is not something that's explored much these days, with 2002's "Ghost Ship" perhaps the last major effort to claim multiplex attention, and that didn't go well. Back in the 1970s and '80s, fascination with all things floating and demonic was more common, with "Death Ship" (released in 1980) a prime example of what the premise has to offer on an absurdly tiny budget. It's ridiculous and dips a toe in tastelessness, but the core terror experience is acceptable for fans of the scary stuff, eating up 90 minutes with creepy corridors, unexplained antagonism, blood showers, and the most dangerous peppermint candy ever committed to film. Read the rest at


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