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I am a fan but I was put off by this film's lukewarm reviews I watched this film (the unrated version with the alternate ending) and then I re-viewed the 1973 VHS cassette (84 minute) British film version of the [VHS] Avoided this film for a long time but finally sat down to watch it so here we go A detective ( ) goes to Summer's Isle to look for a girl named Rowan at the request of a former girlfriend named Willow The starring is by no means a movie but I can't really say it's one I regret watching I could go on and on about the negative aspects of the movie like the terrible acting and the lengthy where is looking for the girl has a hallucination followed by another hallucination followed by. I am a fan but I was put off by this film's lukewarm reviews I watched this film (the unrated version with the alternate ending) and then I re-viewed the 1973 VHS cassette (84 minute) British film version of the [VHS] After being taken down twice by Blogger within a single week we got the message: It’s Time To Go Gates of Vienna has moved to a new address:

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There can be few if any film fans in the world who haven't watched at least once a low-budget offering Britain which popped up as a B-movie in 1973 – The The is a 1973 British mystery horror film directed by Robin stars Edward Woodward Britt Ekland Diane Cilento Ingrid Pitt and Christopher screenplay by Anthony Shaffer inspired by David Pinner's 1967 novel Ritual centres on the visit of Police Sergeant Neil Howie to the isolated island of Summerisle in search