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Survivors of a tragic shipping collision are rescued by a mysterious black ship which appears out of the fog. Little do they realize that the ship is actually a Nazi torture ship which has sailed the seas for years, luring unsuspecting sailors aboard and killing them off one by one.Written by
Jonathon Dabell <J.D.@pixie.ntu.ac.uk>
The only reason I find myself talking about this movie is that it seems to have wound up on many late night reruns lately. As a nightowl, I keep watching it. This is a cheesy movie, the effects aren't great, but dammit, if I'm flipping the stations and its on, I just can't stop watching it. Maybe its the atmosphere, because this movie has one of the greatest creepy atmospheres I have ever seen. An abandon, rusty, Nazi torture ship, roaming the seas, looking for victims. Ok, so its not real believable, but the concept is scary as hell! The horror of who the Nazis were and what they did, adds a whole other dimension of terror to this movie. Do not watch this movie if you only like good movies and good acting. Your prudish sensibilities will be very disappointed. However, for the rest who aren't as picky, this is a great chilling movie. N.B. beware of the severe late 70's early 80's problem with lighting. This movie is very dark, lots of shadows.
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