Audrey Rose (1977) Robert Wise, Anthony Hopkins, Marsha Mason, John Beck, Fantasy, Horror, Drama

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Husband and wife Janice (Marsha Mason) and Bill Templeton (John Beck) lead a pleasant life, residing in New York and sending their daughter, Ivy (Susan Swift), to a good school. Things change, though, when the odd Elliot Hoover (Anthony Hopkins) arrives and tells the couple that, after having spent time in India, he believes Ivy is the reincarnated spirit of his daughter, who died years earlier. The Templetons scoff, but ensuing supernatural events soon turn their lives upside down.

Audrey Rose is a very intelligent horror movie, but it is not as creepy as its original source – the novel by Frank De Felitta. On the acting front, Marsha Mason is both believable and sympathetic as the frantic mother, Janice Templeton. It’s a shame that both Sir Anthony Hopkins and John Beck seem to have their minds on other matters, as if they were not enjoying being a part of this movie. Making a fantastic debut, Susan Swift is quite remarkable in the dual roles of Ivy Templeton and Audrey Rose Hoover. The climax, however, is more depressing than moving.

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Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 160 Kbps | Subs: English (embedded)
Genre: Fantasy, Horror, Drama | Director: Robert Wise

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