Monday, September 6, 2010
DOCTOR DEATH: SEEKER OF SOULS (1973)
A doctors wife dies so he hires a magician to get her soul back in her body. A stupid, painfully slow-moving, 70's piece of tedium that plays more like a TV movie than anything cinema worthy. Chock full of silly psychic mumbo-jumbo this is a good one to skip. The only reason I even watched this thing was to see Mr. Moe Howard's last film appearance before his death. It's extremely strange and surreal to see Moe with grey hair parted to the side. Unfortunately, since it's also his only solo appearance ever, no pie fights break out and there's no eye poking to be seen anywhere. Where is Shemp when you need him the most?
The art of making crap look amazing, 70's style: