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Curse of the Crimson Altar
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Curse of the Crimson Altar 1968

Robert Manning (Mark Eden) searches for his vanished brother in a rural English village, where he is entangled in the legend of Lavinia (Barbara Steele), a witch killed 300 years ago. Lavinia's heir, J. D. Morley (Christopher Lee), wants revenge on anyone related to her killers, such as Robert. Robert romances Morley's niece, Eve, and is aided by occult expert Prof. Marsh (Boris Karloff), but it is up to him to repel Morley's evil designs. (read more)

Running Time:89 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsVernon Sewell
Written By:
No image existsMervyn Haisman
No image existsHenry Lincoln
No image existsJerry Sohl
No image existsGerry Levy
Boris KarloffBoris Karloff
Christopher LeeChristopher Lee
No image existsMark Eden
No image existsBarbara Steele
No image existsMichael Gough
No image existsRupert Davies
No image existsVirginia Wetherell

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Curse of the Crimson Altar Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/19/2011)

I'm not looking for technical brilliance or award winning performances, just some fun entertainment to pass the evening.

Of course, there is Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee, along with Barbara Steele to provide some rather good acting in an otherwise low budget film.

Like the hapless travelers in 2001 Maniacs, Robert...

(complete Curse of the Crimson Altar review by Movie Addict)

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