Age restricted video, because of a few juicy booby shots.
YT description: OK, here is the Full Original aspect ratio of the film, as it was originally ment to be seen, unlike the DVD version which has the top and bottom cut out. As you will probably allready know these parts of the film are crucial to it`s dynamic properties and add greatly to the pleasure of watching the twins in ALL their different parts that were presented for us. Thanks for subs and comments
Title: Twins of Evil – Full Film Original Aspect Ratio (top and bottom) HD2015 (YT link) Uploaded by Twins Of Evil.
Twins Of Evil starring Peter Cushing – (1971) 3 stars
Run time: 1 hour, 27 minutes. This is the third Hammer Production film I’ve recently reviewed. The other two are Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter and The Vampire Lovers. With such illustrious company, I expected a complex plot, strong characters and some novel twists. I was not disappointed. The part that threw me off was how this movie presented duality, where the extremes between good and evil were seen in perspective more than in action.
For example, we have an extremely biased religious leader who burns women even vaguely suspected of being immoral witches, with hardly any evidence to prove it. This cruel man, Peter Cushing’s character, later becomes the hero. On the other side of the coin we have the libertine count who is at first shown to us as a devil may care bastion of freedom of expression and joy. Very quickly, we discover this count to be a Satanist and murderer who cares only for his own pleasure. Several other characters switch back and forth in similar fashion. We have Gustav, the secondary hero behind Cushing, naively innocent but also drawn more to the dark side by lusting after the Evil Twin. We see the count’s concierge go from an object of scorn to one of pity, as if he is only half evil and has stepped into a pile of muck he can’t get out of. Lastly, we have the heroines, who don’t change at all because they are already mirrors of good and evil.
Of the many directions this movie could have gone in, they chose the overused plot device of the townsfolk gathering their pitchforks to storm the castle and get rid of the evil count. Really? We have to regress all the way back to Frankenstein’s Monster for the climax? For me, that was the biggest disappointment, well, along with a number of loose ends that were very clumsily sewn together. Gustav ends up with the Good Twin, whom he never even liked, and everybody that survives lives happily ever after.