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The Phantom of the Opera

(1989)
 
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Gaston Leroux's classic tale of love and suspense gets a face-lift in this horror story loosely adapted from Leroux's novel. Christine (Jill Schoelen) is a young classical vocalist who, in the midst of performing a recently discovered piece by an ... Read More
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Meg (London)
November 09, 2008
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This is a bone-chilling movie. It is not for the kiddies though. The whole movie is almost "In your face gore." Robert Englund plays the phantom very well. This movie is really dark and bloody! But it is pretty good.

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