The Last Man on Earth

1964

Action / Horror / Sci-Fi

43
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 69%
IMDb Rating 6.9 10 14511

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Director

Cast

Vincent Price as Dr. Robert Morgan
1080p.BLU
1.23 GB
1920*1080
English
NR
23.976 fps
1hr 26 min
P/S 4 / 21

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jacobjohntaylor1 4 / 10

Very overrated

This is a very bad movie. It has good actors in it. Vincent Price was a great actor he made good movies most of time. But this is not one of them. It has an awful story line. The ending is awful. The 1971 remake titled Omega Man is not very good and it is better then this. The 2007 remake I am Legend is a great movie. See that one. Do not see this. It is a horror movie and It is not scary.

Reviewed by dixonc-62562 7 / 10

a decent flick

the last man on earth one of my favourite movies and has a very sad theme. the film is self- explanatory but there are parts where even I get sad and feel for the main character. the film is about dr.Robert Morgan who is trying to survive in a world that has been overrun by vampires. Morgan is a very likable characters and the film gets you to feel and has sympathy for him. he is played by Vincent Price who is very convincing alone in this film but there is his background of him once being happy and then having everything he loves taken away from him. in the movie I am surprised he didn't just stick a gun outside the window and shoot the $h!t out of the one vampire that always calls his name and taunts him. but int he end it is a good and in a way touching the story of survival, insanity, and in the end loneliness.

Reviewed by Dalbert Pringle 3 / 10

Garlic Sandwichs Anyone?

Released in 1964 (and filmed in b&w) - Had it not been for this Italian Sci-Fi/Horror film's low-budget, amateurish direction, and its terrible miscasting of wimp-actor, Vincent Price - Then, yes - Perhaps I might have ranked it higher than I did.

Based on Richard Matheson's apocalyptic story "I Am Legend" (which he wrote in 1954) - The one thing that this film is notable for is that it is probably one of the very first horror movies to actually portray zombies as being rampaging, ravenous creatures.

In that particular vein - This film predates George Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" by four years.

Clearly tame by today's standards of flesh/blood-lusting zombies - This film actually might have appealed to me more had it not starred the lisping, effeminate, Vincent Price whose lack-lustre performance seriously marred the story's potential from start to finish.

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