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The Comeback 1978 123movies

The Comeback 1978 123movies

Millions loved him, could someone hate him enough to kill and kill again?Jun. 16, 1978100 Min.
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Plot: A singer holes up at a sinister estate to write new songs for his act. The ghost of his murdered wife begins to haunt him, then the person who actually killed her shows up at the mansion.
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Decent Pete Walker effort
Pete Walker has something of a cult following; and that isn’t surprising considering films such as House of Whipcord and House of Mortal Sin, but he’s a very hit and miss director; evidenced by misses such as Die Screaming Marianne and House of Long Shadows, and while The Comeback is not as bad as Pete Walker at his worst and certainly has it’s moments; it’s not the British cult director at his best either, unfortunately. The plot will be fairly familiar to anyone who is a horror fan as its basis has been seen in many films previously, and focuses on a man who is haunted by his dead lover. Nick Cooper is a pop star who has fallen out of public favour. His wife was violently murdered in the couple’s penthouse, and Nick has gone to live in a picturesque mansion complete with a pair of odd servants. Trouble starts when Nick stars seeing his dead wife, and despite everyone believing him insane; the visions continue and the troubled pop star begins to suspect that someone is trying to meddle with his life…

The main problem with this film is that for large amounts of time; it is really rather boring. Pete Walker takes time to build his characters and the situation; which is all well and good, but with this film he takes too long over it and the plot actually suffers as a result. The lead role is taken by American singer Jack Jones who is actually not too bad in the lead role despite not actually being an actor; although I have to admit that I wasn’t surprised to find that he hasn’t been in many other films. The rest of the cast isn’t particularly memorable, although Pete Walker regular Sheila Keith has a small but pivotal role. The film does contain a few decent set pieces including a fairly graphic murder and a very well worked, although rather silly, final revelation. Walker does manage to create something of a mysterious atmosphere for the film; although it does unfortunately feel just a bit cheap. Overall, The Comeback is not a great horror film; but it’s not too bad and Pete Walker certainly has done worse. Walker’s fans will find something to like.

Review By: The_Void Rating: 6 Date: 2008-08-03
Pop star fame will be the death of ya.
American pop singer Nick Cooper returns to England to resurrect his singing career, after being in a six-years relationship that just ended. His recording manager gets him a quiet old vacation house run by two elderly folks, so he can concentrate on his musical comeback and sweet talk his manager’s secretary. However every night he spends there he’s plagued by horrifying screaming, and a rotten corpse that looks like his former misses, and it only gets more stranger and unnerving until he finally cracks under the anxiety. Unknowingly to Nick, just after he left to England his ex-wife is brutally murdered and left to rot in his play house.

My first taste of director Pete Walker’s exploitation/horror forays almost didn’t eventuate. My luck the tape I had of “The Comeback” was that of bad quality, as the sound was hissing and the screen was rolling. After twenty minutes of that distraction, I was about give up and in the bin it would go. However it came through, and I could finally watch it clearly.

Now the movie itself is a grim, unpleasant little mysterious psycho-shocker presentation with very little in the way of surprises and even jolts, as it goes about things in a conservative manner. Walker’s direction is dry, subdued with only small moments of fast outbursts. There was potential within, but the kitsch-like premise can stumble into silliness and become convoluted, while the red herrings aren’t particularly useful, but Walker springs up few imaginative images and effectively creepy and inspired set pieces that do rally up some mindless fun. The death scenes are minor, but still they pack a punch due to the fact they are gruesome, sudden and jarring in detail. Even the setting of house comes off eerie, and a Gothic atmospheric tenor is released with good use of foreboding sound FXs. The music score trickles with an understated chilliness, but still has a sting in its tail and agile cinematography feels like it’s on a leash as it follows the figure with different angles and framings. The pacing can stall too often, with a stop and go approach. The talky material plays the usual “Am I going insane” trump with clichéd predictability, but that dozy of a climax is one over-the-top revelation that you don’t see coming. Suspense has no say and it never draws upon building any, because everything is mostly telegraphed. The characters are an odd bunch and the acting comes off admirably well. A likable Jack Jones is sound enough and the ravishing Pamela Stevenson is satisfyingly good. David Doyle is enjoyable as the recording manager and Shelia Keith’s glassy turn is professionally convincing.

Odd, ghastly British horror fable that can’t escape its plain and ponderous style.

Review By: lost-in-limbo Rating: 6 Date: 2007-08-13

Other Information:

Original Title The Comeback
Release Date 1978-06-16
Release Year 1978

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (USA)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director Pete Walker
Writer Murray Smith, Michael Sloan
Actors Jack Jones, Pamela Stephenson, David Doyle
Country United Kingdom
Awards 1 win
Production Company Lorimar Home Video
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

The Comeback 1978 123movies
Original title The Comeback
TMDb Rating 5.7 19 votes

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