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Directed By
Bert I. Gordon

Written By:
Bert I. Gordon, George Worthing Yates

Richard Carlson, Susan Gordon, Juli Reding

Tormented (1960)
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Movie Review by Barbie Q
January 23rd, 2010

If you can believe this - One of Tormented's characters is a blind Real Estate Agent. Isn't that hilarious? This super-cheap, low-budget movie really is that ridiculous.

Thank goodness this piece of junk was only 75 minutes long. I really didn't think that I could've tolerated this absolute hogwash for any longer than that.

Tormented's dumber-than-dumb story is about a noted jazz pianist who intentionally allows his sexy, but annoyingly irksome girlfriend, Vi, to fall from the heights of a desolate lighthouse. His dark motive is to clear up all loose ends before he weds a prominent debutante. (Believe me, this guy is a real despicable louse.)

Now that his girlfriend is dead and out of the way (?), her ghost keeps coming back to haunt him with the sole intent of exacting a terrible vengeance.

Tormented is an unbelievably weak and worthless ghost story.

Don't waste your time with this one. It isn't even the least bit scary.

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