The Mask (Eyes from Hell) (Face of Fire)
The Mask (Eyes from Hell) (Face of Fire) (1961)

Also known as Eyes of Hell, The Mask, is an inexpensive Canadian horror film is distinguished by a gimmick which relies upon full-audience cooperation. Anticipating Jim Carrey by 30 years, Paul Stevens comes into possession of an ancient… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: October 27, 1961
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Peter Howell
Toronto Star

The 3D bits - which viewers see through a "Magic Mystic Mask" after commands to "Put the mask on now!" - are actually surprisingly freaky and effective, even now, and they fit right in with the current yen for practical effects over CGI ones.

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Norman Wilner
NOW Toronto

It's of strictly historical interest.

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Brad Wheeler
Globe and Mail

The Mask was low-budget in 1961, and that its kitschy appeal will be limited to genre fetishists and popcorn-chomping ironists in 2015.

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Chris Alexander

The 3D sequences are nothing short of astonishing.

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