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  • 'Craze' (1974) Freddie Francis.

    The B-Kult of blood-soaked Brit-horror begins in deadly earnest with maestro Freddie Francis's uncommonly unhinged occult nightmare 'CRAZE'!!!! As only once in a mind-corrupting, soul-savaging, blood red moon did ol' Blighty ever dare shiver up such a perfectly deformed, blissfully benighted, death dealing, sin-drenched shocker with the Boggle-eyed bellicosity of 'Craze'!!! Screamingly Sinister!!! Exquisitely eerie!!! Majestically mad!!! Axe-weildingly wicked!!! and that's just Jack Palance's delectably demonic performance!

    The 1970s truly were the lust golden rage of heroically hateful, head-spinning horror!
    'Craze' (1974) is a blissfully bonkers British horror film by greatly beloved Hammer Films icon, Freddie Francis. Not only is the provocatively lurid title wholly accurate, as this hysterically hateful, hauntingly horrible, hoodoo-voodoo, evilly haemoglobin harvesting, satanic shocker contains one of the all-time, 'turn it up to 11', phantasmagorically perverse, bug-eyed horror performances with the terminally twisted, furniture-munching, maniacally messianic turn by hyperbolic 'Hawk The Slayer' villain, Jack Palance! 'Craze' is the most far-out, fear-drenched, ferociously-flipped out, sordidly sacrificing, horror happening!!! This satanically sinister 70s shindig will scare all you groovy ghoulies stoned-dead!


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    How drunk is Palance in this one?

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