Death Line (Raw Meat)
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Death Line (Raw Meat)
Gary Sherman's Death Line is one of those little-seen, long-forgotten 1970s horror films that's still championed by its core of fans. When the film was shown as part of a horror series at Lincoln Center in 2002, director Guillermo Del Toro (The Devil's Backbone) pronounced it one of his all-time favorites. In the film, Patricia (Sharon Gurney) and her American boyfriend, Alex (David Ladd, son of actor/producer Alan Ladd), find an important government official apparently unconscious on the stairs of a London Underground station. By the time they locate a cop to investigate, the body… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 86%

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"The first (or only?) ethnographic urban legend horror film."
‑ Michael W. Phillips, Jr., Goatdog's Movies
"One of the best horror films to emerge from Great Britain."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"This under-rated British horror has the ragged edge and grim tone of a film made two years later - The Texas Chain Saw Massacre."
‑ Ian Berriman, SFX Magazine
"Its images of tunnelled emptiness should send a shiver of recognition down the spine of any city dweller."
‑ Bryant Frazer, Bryant Frazer's Deep Focus
"The mining injustices of The Stars Look Down, transmuted into return-of-the-oppressed horror"
‑ Fernando F. Croce, CinePassion
"Death Line is an effectively creepy low-budget horror film made with heart and wit."
‑ Josh Ralske, All Movie Guide
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