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Ratings & Reviews

  1. msmichel's rating of the film Death Line

    aka 'Raw Meat' An under sung horror gem from the early 70's that imagines survivors of a decades old tunnel collapse in the London tube system who have resorted to cannibalism and the local police investigating the number of missing persons cases in said tube. Memorable photography by Alex Thomson, a bizzaro turn by Donald Pleasence and a feisty turn by Sharon Gurney add to the recommendation of this one. 'Tea bags!'

  2. captainfez's rating of the film Death Line

    There's an unreasonable hatred of teabags in here.

  3. Rocco's rating of the film Death Line

    Not really a horror movie at all, but an examination of and rallying cry against classism in the UK.

  4. Paolo Simeone's rating of the film Death Line

    Truly admirable photography and camera work.

  5. Thomas Henry Gould's rating of the film Death Line

  6. Coheed 2.5's rating of the film Death Line

    Link to a review here: http://mubi.com/lists/region-incognito-and-videotape-swapshop-reviews-by-coheed

  7. CGI Baby's rating of the film Death Line

    Despite its gore and creepiness and Donald Pleasance being in it, is it still a horror movie? The shots with the cannibal mourning his wife looked weirdly humane.

  8. The Kid's rating of the film Death Line

    On and off at points, but if anything should at least be memorable for the loooooong tracking shot of the Underground. Truly creepy.

  9. ‏ㅤletterboxd.com/xescie's rating of the film Death Line

    https://mubi.com/lists/cinematic-cannibalism

  10. sammy's rating of the film Death Line

    gary sherman might be credited as director, but this movie is alex thomson's. truly an under appreciated masterpiece.

  11. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Death Line

    Incredibly slow-moving British horror film, but it does manage to evoke an eerie atmosphere and some truly bizarre comic moments. Donald Pleasence steals the show as a wiley police inspector.