Young Carol (Catherine Deneuve) in bed, hearing the events that generate her reaction cited in the title, then seeing her sister (Yvonne Furneaux) and her married boyfriend (Ian Hendry) in the morning, in Roman Polanski's Repulsion, 1965.
Experienced circus boss Monica (Joan Crawford) throwing cold water on her hot date with youthful acrobat Frank (Ty Hardin), who's then followed by her suspicious partner Dorando (Michael Gough), who finds trouble, in Berserk!, 1967.
Wow factor not unexpected in the opening of a Roman Polanski film, credits over an unusually tight shot of his 21-year old star Catherine Deneuve, as manicurist Carol, Valerie Taylor as her boss Madame Denise, from Repulsion, 1965.
Following a bad day at work, back at the apartment, Carole (Catherine Deneuve) gets a phone call, finds disturbing evidence of her sister's boyfriend, and hears unexplained noises, in Roman Polanski's Repulsion, 1965.
When Joan Crawford cracks the whip, a circus makes murder the main attraction in Berserk (1967).
Circus performers after hours, Matilda (Diana Dors) exhorting colleagues, little Bruno (George Claydon, with Philip Madoc, Golda Casimir, Philip Madoc et al) to blame boss Monica (Joan Crawford) for the murders, when guess-who arrives, in Berserk!, 1967.
Right off the bat opening, Joan Crawford as circus proprietor and and ring mistress Monica Rivers, nifty graphics as high-wire man Gaspar (Thomas Cimarro) becomes victim number one, in the Herman Cohen production Berserk!, 1967.
Repulsion -- Home is where the heart is. But what happens when that heart is broken?
Condensed trailer for Berserk: The Golden Age Arc - The Beginning of the King.
The lone mercenary Guts travels the land where a hundred-year-old war is taking place. His ferocity and ability to take down enemies attracts the attention of Griffith, the leader of a group of mercenaries called 'The Band of the Hawk.' Griffith desires Guts's power to help him achieve his goals. He succeeds in recruiting Guts by challenging and winning a duel with him. As the Band of the Hawk fight together and their bond as a unit is strengthened, Griffith and Guts' bond deepens even more. Thanks to their continued success on the battlefield, Griffith achieves the first step in fulfilling his goal: his band of mercenaries becomes a full-fledged army within the Midland Kingdom. Despite all their success, Guts begins to question his reasons for fighting for Griffith's dream. Unknown to Guts, this unyielding dream is about to bestow a horrible fate on them both.
Trailer for the animated film Berserk: The Golden Age Arc - The Egg of the King.
Based on Kentaro Miura's bestselling manga series which has sold over 30 million copies worldwide Berserk: The Golden Age Arc trilogy takes the franchise into a bold and exciting new direction. The award winning Studio 4C bring Berserk to the screen with cutting-edge animation, intricately detailed swordplay and a gripping storyline.
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