The Sorcerers
The Sorcerers (1967)

A well-meaning and gentle inventor creates a machine capable of allowing one person to completely control the mind of another, but before he can market it, he must test it. A volunteer comes forth and the experiment begins. All goes well… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Horror
Release Date: January 1, 1967
DVD Release Date: September 1, 2003
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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

A gem that has gone under the radar and deserves more attention.

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Ian Berriman
SFX Magazine

The Sorcerers interrogates the swinging sixties morality of 'pleasure with no consequences', prefiguring the way the hippy dream turned sour at the end of the decade.

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John Beifuss
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

Karloff's mind-control process is analogous to cinema itself: an experience that allows people to embrace second-hand sensation, 'to do things' vicariously -- the more brutal and shocking the better, as in the case of some horror movies.

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

The basic concept is ludicrous, but the execution is terrific.

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Fernando F. Croce

Michael Reeves's heady excoriation of voyeurism

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Emily B.
An entertaining 60s British horror set in swinging London. Boris Karloff, in one of his last roles, plays Professor Montserrat who has developed a new… More