Die! Die! My Darling!
Die! Die! My Darling! (1965)

This Hammer film production is a surprisingly frightening horror thriller and a hoot-fest for lovers of over-the-top acting. Young Pat Carroll (Stefanie Powers) goes to the home of her dead fiancÚ to meet his beloved mother, Mrs. Trefoile… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: August 12, 2003
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Critic Score: 44% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Time Out

One of the best of Hammer's psychological thrillers, mainly thanks to Richard Matheson's ingenious and terrifying script.

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Steve Crum
Video-Reviewmaster.com

Throw-away Tallulah Bankhead vehicle is a curiosity at best.

Ryan Cracknell
Apollo Guide

Has tremendous tension, especially for a film that sticks close to its formal kidnapping plot.

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A.H. Weiler
New York Times

The last time Miss Bankhead appeared in a film was in the 1953 Main Street to Broadway. Although she towers above the cast and story, her present effort adds little to her record.

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Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Magnificent scenery chewing from Tallulah in a pretty good thriller with smart direction.

Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

As crazy as the tale was, it all seemed possible.

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TV Guide's Movie Guide

Bankhead is superbly cast and performs far above par.

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John G. Nettles
PopMatters

A piece of noisy fluff.

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Flixster Audience Score: 56% Flixster User Reviews
Aj V
I really enjoyed this crazy thriller, it was intense, and the actors are good. I highly recommend it.
nefnie lee
I found this movie to be quite good. Bankhead playing a crazy, religious zealot imprisoning and torturing strong-willed Powers equals entertaining. They both… More
Michael Gildea
Such a haggard movie. Although I will give credit for having the villain be a batshit raving Jesus freak, which Bankhead plays perfectly as she sort of mugs… More
Eric Broome
Well-acted, but relentlessly lurid, unpleasant and simply no fun to watch. A sense of humor is crucially lacking. Stephanie Powers sure was a beauty, though.… More