The Iron Rose
The Iron Rose (1973)

Cult director Jean Rollin's most unusual and haunting film was this poetic tale of two young lovers (Francoise Pascal, Hugues Quester) lost in a cemetery overnight. With only one set, two characters, and a hallucinatory style which… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: April 12, 1973
DVD Release Date: September 25, 2007
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Staci Layne Wilson

Boy meets girl. Boy takes girl to graveyard. Boy regrets decision.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Lyrical hallucinatory tale set at night in a cemetery.

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Sean Axmaker
Parallax View

...a spiritual rather than a physical threat.

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Lucius Gore

Despite a non-existent budget and its lack of lesbian vampires, this film manages to deliver as much atmosphere as some of Rollin's best work.

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Greg S
Young lovers are trapped in a cemetery at night and then... nothing happens. Two characters, lots of scenery, little dialogue or action, less sense. I like… More
Eric Broome
One thing's for sure: Few of us have had a first date this interesting. "The Iron Rose" is an unusual, intriguing film, though the middle drags… More
Aj V
I enjoyed this movie, but I was left wishing there could be more to it, a little more extremity, I guess, maybe some blood and more sex? Overall, it's a… More
Kylie B
Not quite what I was expecting, though to be honest I wasn't at all sure what to expect. The fact that Salvation Films picked this up in the UK did give me… More