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Nightmares Come at Night

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Nightmares Come at Night

digitalbits.com
2 October 2013
  • Excerpt: I’d like to think I’ve seen quite a few Jess Franco movies.  And I suppose I have, if we’re comparing it to the average person you might stop on the street and has no idea who Jess Franco is.  But if we’re comparing it to the number of films Franco actually directed over the course of his career, I’ve barely scratched the surface.
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Nightmares Come at Night: Remastered Edition

High-Def Digest
12 September 2013
  • Conclusion: 'Nightmares Come At Night' and Franco himself are definitely an acquired taste. If you enjoy very low budget films that tend to make little sense and feature a good amount of nudity, monsters, and sex, then you most likely will enjoy this film and Franco's other works. The video and audio on this release is sub-par, even though this is the best this has ever looked.
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Nightmares Come at Night Blu-ray Review

blu-ray.com
27 August 2013
  • Conclusion: It's no forgotten masterpiece, but Nightmares Come at Night —which was presumed lost for three and a half decades—is well worth seeing for Jess Franco fans, who will find it evidential of many of the director's better qualities, like his ability to to conjure up dreamy, uneasy moods that leave us questioning his stories and characters.
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Nightmares Come at Night (Remastered Edition)

DVD Talk
12 August 2013
  • Excerpt: Thought to be lost for almost 35 years, Nightmares Come at Night was probably of great interest to Franco fans when it was discovered in 2004. Shot in the middle of Franco's rise to infamy, and featuring his late first muse Soledad Miranda, it's an intriguing curiosity in theory. Sadly, viewed today, it's not a great film: it's experimental to the point of tedium, lacks a strong protagonist for the viewer to associate with (not necessarily relate to, but just someone to...
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Nightmares Come At Night

Rock! Shock! Pop!
5 August 2013
  • Summary: Nightmares Come At Night isn’t a perfect film by any means nor is it necessarily one of Franco’s best but with that said, it’s still a worthy addition to his filmography and when looked at as a sort of stepping stone in his career, it’s quite interesting. The fact that the cast are as good as they are here helps and the movie does not want for atmosphere.
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