An accidental amateur masterpiece... Rating N/A
The Bowie we see in this weird sci-fi film is more genuine than any other persona he'd adopt over the course of his career.
A seminal teen drama.
H.G. Wells really is a time traveler who chases Jack the Ripper into the future in this thinking person's adventure tale.
A hybrid of disparate elements that shouldn't really go together, much like the human-plant monsters who menace the characters.
Described as a "horror-comedy" but neither scary nor funny, it's more of a relic from a distant place (Australia) and far-off time (the 1970s).
Just like Hammer and Amicus used to make
One of Hammer's weaker Gothic vampire films.