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Won Saturn Award, Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films: Best Genre Television Series - Won Emmy Award: Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series - Nominated Emmy Award: Outstanding Costume Design for a Series - Nominated Soap Opera Digest Awards: Best Death Scene: Prime Time; Best Love Story: Daytime or Prime Time; Outstanding Actor: Prime Time; Outstanding Actress: Prime Time; Outstanding Prime Time Show

Dark Shadows: The Revival

1991, regia di Armand Mastroianni, Rob Bowman, Dan Curtis, Matthew Hall, Mark Sobel



Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Dan Curtis Productions, MGM Television - Distribuzione: NBC (National Broadcasting Company) - Creatore della serie: Dan Curtis - Sceneggiatura: Dan Curtis, Steve Feke, Hall Powell, Bill Taub, Jon Boorstin, Sam Hall - Fotografia: Dietrich Lohmann, Chuy Elizondo - Montaggio: Bill Blunden, Stephen Butler, Terry Williams - Art Director: Janet Stokes - Set Decoration: Jeannie Gunn, T.K. Kirkpatrick - Costumi: Rosalie Wallace - Musiche: Bob Cobert - Effetti speciali: Greg Curtis, Deena Burkett, Bill Millar - Formato: Color, serie tv - Durata: 60' ogni episodio.

Cast: Ben Cross, Joanna Going, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jim Fyfe, Roy Thinnes, Barbara Steele, Barbara Blackburn, Jean Simmons, Veronica Lauren, Julianna McCarthy, Michael T. Weiss, Stefan Gierasch, Michael Cavanaugh, Ely Pouget, Lysette Anthony, Eddie Jones, Ellen Wheeler.





Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - - - - - «II mean it as the highest of compliments when I say that the return of the campy 1960s daytime serial is deliciously, histrionically goofy: the performances are hilariously awful, the plot ridiculously soapy, the general outrageousness of it just gloriously absurd. This is the entirety of the short-lived 1991 NBC series, 12 episodes of steely-eyed matriarchs glaring with disapproval at just about everything, time-traveling ingenues and wayward ghosts wandering the grounds of old manses in diaphanous nightgowns, creepy little kids intoning not-at-all spooky rhymes about death, village idiots getting smacked about by their betters, and, yes, lots and lots of pseudosexy necking by stupendously silly bloodsuckers. Ben Cross (Spartacus) stars as the immortal British vampire Barnabas Collins, who travels to the coastal Maine estate of Collinwood -- his 18th-century home now moved brick by brick from the old country to America -- where he renews his hobbies of romancing sweetly naive governesses (the latest version here is played by Joanna Going [Runaway Jury]) and going for the jugular every time. There are no extras included, but the whole shebang has been remastered in high-def, so all the vamping is crisp and clear and you won’t miss a single drop of blood».

Approfondimenti: Movie Review


Conosciuto anche con il titolo: La malédiction de Collinwood.




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