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Old 7th November 2019, 11:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Demoncrat View Post
Horrors Of The Black Museum (1959, Arthur Crabtree)

Squalid opener in the 'Sadean' trilogy produced by Anglo-Amalgamated. Michael Gough plays a reporter come novelist, and we all know how morally upright they can be
Someone's doing in the great unwashed, but M is on the case like ... well, I can't quite rightly say occifer, I was only doing 99 mph in this here review of mine, when some autodidact comes right into me, broadside like ... !
Ahem. Lurid and simply horrid, slight flagging with an undernourished subplot about nascent love, still works even it is all a bit British what what ....
I had this on ice to watch tonight, this or Invasion.
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