Beware his deathly gaze for it will render you powerless! Beware his mystic touch for you will never be free from his evil grasp! In pre-revolution St Petersburg, Russia, sinister monk Grigori Rasputin proves that he has the unearthly power to ease the deranged and heal the sick, but at what price? Aided by his hypnotic powers Rasputin begins his ruthless and depraved pursuit of power and wealth, determined to give God sins worth forgiving. He must be stopped, but how do you rid the world of a man who defies death? Horror legends Christopher Lee (Dracula Prince Of Darkness) and Barbara Shelley (Quatermass And The Pit) star in a controversial film about one of history's most notorious figures..
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Rasputin the Mad Monk has finally been released to blu-ray. It is amazing looking. It film is a little creaky but the sharpness of the picture makes up for it. The extras are worthwhile also. It's a must purchase for all Hammer fans.
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Not a typical hammer film but still entertaining. The blu ray quality could have been a little better but is still pretty good when compared to the previous dvd version of the film. Recommended.
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