Berserk (1967) 1080p YIFY Movie

Berserk (1967) 1080p

Berserk is a movie starring Joan Crawford, Ty Hardin, and Diana Dors. A scheming circus owner finds her authority challenged when the show is targeted by a vicious killer.

IMDB: 5.12 Likes

  • Genre: Horror | Mystery
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.84G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 96
  • IMDB Rating: 5.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 3

The Synopsis for Berserk (1967) 1080p

Monica Rivers is the owner and ringmaster of a traveling circus, and she'll stop at nothing to draw bigger audiences. When a series of mysterious murders begins to occur and some of her performers die gruesomely, her profits soar. She hires high-wire walker Frank Hawkins, impressed by the handsome and muscular young man. They begin an affair which arouses her previous lover Durando's jealousy. When Durando is found dead shortly afterward, the other performers begin to take alarm, as a mysterious killer is obviously loose in their midst. Many suspect Monica herself of the killings, especially Matilda, who has set her sights on Monica's new lover. At this point, Monica's unruly, sixteen-year-old daughter Angela is expelled from school for being incorrigible, and Monica is forced to take her into the circus, allowing her to become the partner of knife-thrower Gustavo. Meanwhile, the dead bodies continue to pile up...


The Director and Players for Berserk (1967) 1080p

[Director]Jim O'Connolly
[Role:]Joan Crawford
[Role:]Diana Dors
[Role:]Ty Hardin
[Role:]Michael Gough


The Reviews for Berserk (1967) 1080p


The circus is in townReviewed bydbdumonteilVote: 5/10

In the wake of her brilliant "Whatever happened to Baby Jane" (1962) ,with a pleasing grasp of continuity ,Joan Crawford continued in the thriller vein.Unfortunately there is no Robert Aldrich here (and no Bette Davis either).

Actually we are closer to "Straight Jacket" (1964) which was a hilarious camp fest."Berserk" is more "conventional" which does not mean "plausible".When you know the killer's identity which I won't reveal of course,you'll say to yourself "how come?"."Berserk!" is primarily a whodunit à la Agatha Christie (doesn't it take place in England?The- murderer- is -among -us- and- pretty- soon -someone- else is-gonna- die stuff),but without anything of the writer's algebra .

Nevertheless,the circus is the place where you dangerously live.Anything can happen during the show so there is a good suspense which would not be sustained if the action took place,say,in a forest near a lake.The high-wire walker,the knives-thrower's partner,the girls under the elephant's feet,the lion tamer ,and Diana Dors in her box waiting for the saw which will cut her in two halves ,all are in danger even if the murderer does not strike.That's the strength of the movie.

What a Circus!Reviewed byCoventryVote: 4/10

Sigh? Sometimes the outcome of a movie viewing goes beyond being a mere "disappointment" or just "something you expected more from". Sometimes it actually HURTS to acknowledge that a certain title wasn't as great as you initially thought or hoped. For me, this was definitely the case with "Berserk!". I'm a sucker for British horror movies released during the 60's and 70's, I think a circus or carnival forms the absolute greatest setting to tell a sinister tale (just think of "Freaks", "Carnival of Souls" and "Santa Sangre") and I'm a huge fan of both Joan Crawford and Michael Gough. Taking into account all these positive omens, I honestly thought "Berskerk!" couldn't possibly go wrong, and yet it did. You know you're in trouble when the extended padding sequences, which actually don't contribute anything to the overall story, form the highlights of the film. That's like openly admitting to the viewer that the main story lines are too thin to fill up the entire playtime, or that they desperately need the padding in order to distract you from the incoherent and implausible plot. In "Berserk!" the padding footage serves both purposes. A lot of the circus acts, albeit impressive, are integrally shown (like an army of poodles performing neat tricks, elephant dancing, a lion tamer and a knife-throwing act) and the circus' freaks even sing an entire song from start to finish! "Berserk!" nevertheless opens splendidly, with the tense and gruesome death of a tightrope walker before the opening credits even roll over the screen. His death might just have been an unfortunate accident, but when a second and far more eminent member of the circus crew is murdered, Scotland Yard sends its finest agent along on the tour to Liverpool and London. The circus' owner and ringmaster Mrs. Monica Rivers (Joan Crawford wearing tights!) is a harsh and relentless business woman and it looks as if someone intends to put her traveling circus spectacle in a bad spotlight. The concept literally bursts with great potential and possibilities but the film quickly becomes a tedious, inane and totally illogical mess. After the second murder, nothing even remotely exciting happens for nearly 45 minutes and the screenplay loosely hangs together through weak dialogs and Crawford's naturally uncanny presence. The revelation of the killer's identity as well as his/her motivation is downright imbecilic, and you better not contemplate too much about how he/she was even capable of committing the vile crimes. The carnage should have been bloodier and more grotesque, even considering the limited budget and era of release, and the film totally lacks the mysterious and oddly unsettling ambiance of other contemporary circus-horror efforts. Director Jim O'Connelly also made the fantastically over-the-top demented horror gem "Tower of Evil" and, since both films are rather obscure, I recommend tracking down that one instead of "Berserk!".

Murders under the Big TopReviewed bydinky-4Vote: 5/10

The makings for a good thriller are here: a series of bizarre murders plagues a traveling circus as it journeys across England. Unfortunately, the film's pacing is slow and unimaginative. Scenes tend to run long and they've not been shaped to create any real suspense or urgency. Occasionally the film simply stops for footage of circus acts which, though mildly interesting, do little to advance the plot. Even the revelation of the killer's identity proves disappointing since this revelation doesn't seem to grow out of past events but has simply been "tacked on."

Despite these faults, there's a curiously likable quality to "Berserk," and Joan Crawford's damn-the-torpedoes performance as the circus owner lends it a certain "campy" charm. Especially amusing are her romantic scenes with Ty Hardin who was about 26 years her junior at the time of the filming.

Ty may have been a bit past his "beefcake" prime which he reached in his "Chapman Report" appearance some five years earlier, but he still looks good here with his shirt off, even though there's a curious reluctance to show his navel.

Rounding out the cast are Michael Gough, Diana Dors, and Judy Geeson. Robert Hardy plays the policeman sent to investigate the murders but his part proves to be superfluous.

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