Dagon (2001)

The nightmares of Paul Marsh (Ezra Godden), a successful businessman, are haunted by a mermaid that neither he nor his beautiful girlfriend, Barbara (Raquel Merono), can figure out. While on a boating vacation off the Spanish shore, a… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Drama, Horror
DVD Release Date: July 23, 2002
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Pablo Villaįa
Cinema em Cena

Uma história absurda que consegue gerar alguns bons momentos de tensão (especialmente em sua primeira metade, quando ainda não sabemos para onde o filme está caminhando).

Carlo Cavagna

No one other than H.P. Lovecraft fans should bother.

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Rob Gonsalves

There's nothing wrong with a well-done, atmospheric, spooky chiller, especially coming from a director far less frequently heard from than he deserves to be.

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Christopher Null

The setting is worth ogling when the women have their shirts on.

Bryant Frazer
Bryant Frazer's Deep Focus

What we really have here is a cheap horror potboiler: Stuart Gordon's Attack of the Fish People. I swear that's not a bad thing.

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Flixster Audience Score: 56% Flixster User Reviews
Drew Smith
Of all the Lovecraft films, this is for some reason the easiest to remove from the Lovecraft mythos and just view as a relatively effective horror movie about… More
_kelly .King
The most appealing and stunningly well done achievement of the film is creating a consistent and terrifying depiction of a village dedicated to the extreme and… More
Wahida K
Nothing special but recommendable!
Kylie B
An enjoyable adaptation - though the plot is a mishmash of Dagon and The Shadow Over Innsmouth with some original elements. It is good on small details (e.g.… More
Adam Mahler
This weirdo fish-out-of-water story turns the metaphor upside-down ... Gordon delivers suspenseful exposition and atmosphere, and schlock that keeps it real.… More
Tsubaki Sanjuro
Acceptable, while still flawed Lovecraft adaptation. Macarena Gomez do provides some fapable eye candy.