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Blu-ray Review - The Long Hair of Death


Director Antonio Margheriti made a name for himself with 1964's "Castle of Blood," a gothic horror effort beloved by fans of the genre. That same year, the helmer returned to duty with "The Long Hair of Death," a similar feature in tone and candlelit threat, continuing a career quest to explore dark shadows and eerie events. "The Long Hair of Death" is stocked with ghoulish developments and duplicitous characters, but that lack of pace ends up crippling a promising chiller. As much as Margheriti would like to scare the pants off viewers, he would be better off trying to keep them awake. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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