Castle Freak

Castle Freak

Director: Stuart Gordon Cast: Jeffrey Combs, Barbara Crampton, Jonathan Fuller

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Product Details

Release Date: 02/13/2012
UPC: 0859831002529
Original Release: 1995
Source: Wizard Entertainment
Time: 1:30:00
Sales rank: 25,476

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jeffrey Combs John Reilly
Barbara Crampton Susan Reilly
Jonathan Fuller Giorgio
Massimo Sarchielli Giannetti
Raffaella Offidani Sylvana
Marco Stefanelli Benedetti
Luca Zingaretti Forte
Jessica Dollarhide Rebecca Reilly

Technical Credits
Stuart Gordon Director,Screenwriter
Albert Band Executive Producer
Charles Band Executive Producer
Bert Glatstein Editor
Maurizio Maggi Producer
Dennis Paoli Screenwriter
Richard H. Band Score Composer
Franco Vanorio Art Director
Mario Vulpiani Cinematographer

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Castle Freak 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I finally checked this out after years of forgetting to watch it and damn is it a gem. Its a legit creepy movie that seriously doesn’t pull any punches. The freak’s face is seriously disturbing and he runs around naked with his castrated the entire movie. Its nuts. It definitely has its B-movie moments but they are easy to look past. Definitely would recommend this movie to anyone that likes creepy, atmospheric horror.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While not hitting the horror heights of some of Gordon's other genre entries,namely REANIMATOR,the flawed but fascinating FROM BEYOND and the quite magnificent recent double of DAGON and KING OF THE ANTS,this seldom seen or discussed 90's entry is notable amongst his ouevre for an almost total lack of humour..we are used to having chuckles with our grue that Gordon serves up to us,so playing this dark tale very straight and very nasty adds to it's impetus and impact. The ubiquitous Combs and the lovely Barbara Crampton provide the bitter marital heart of the tale while the abused freak roams the castle walls,taking more than an unhealthy interest in their blind daughter,and in one unforgettable scene of horror (heavily cut in the UK on it's video release in the mid 90's) unleashes his perverse frustrations on a prostitute down in the catacombs! Dark,often savage and very atmospheric,this is well worth seeing in it's full version,as edited,the full despairing horror is severely blunted,and top marks to the makeup guys for creating a genuinely disturbing addition to the monster canon of cinema,with it's twisted,disfigured and yet oddly pitiable freak...a boy forced to become a monster through years of beatings and abuse,shut away from the light.