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The Keep (1983)–Should Have Kept Hidden

Keepposter1983’s The Keep is a long winded, confusing crappy storry about Nazi’s that release some ancient evil from a “Keep.:

Yeah, this is an ambitious tale, staring the usually amazing Sir Ian McKellen (actually, he’s the only strong part of this film)  and a handful of others that I won’t even bother looking up.  I couldn’t even pay attention, and I had NO distractions. If you read this blog even semi regularly, you know that it doesn’t take much for me to find something to like in a movie. I mean, lots of crappy 80’s synthesizer music, dry ice fog and Nazis and Demons…Should be good enough but it wasn’t.

Don’t bother with this one folks. And to think I almost bought the Blu-Ray!

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2 responses

  1. I wonder… have you ever read the original source novel by F Paul Wilson? Because I saw the film before I read the book and I’d have to agree with you – from what I remember it’s a confusing mess. But the book… that’s a very different matter. I read it many years later on a friend’s recommendation and it’s actually rather brilliant. A typical case of a very poor film adaptation…

    August 6, 2013 at 7:23 pm

    • I haven’t, though I’ve been told that I should.

      August 6, 2013 at 7:27 pm

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