The Forgotten (1973) 720p YIFY Movie

The Forgotten (1973)

Dr. Stephens runs a secluded sanitarium with a small group of mental patients, one of whom uses the ax that was supposed to be for therapeutic wood-chopping to cut down Dr. Stephens. Now, Dr. Masters is running the asylum alone with her brand-new nurse, who does her best to befriend the eclectic group of patients: the shell-shocked ex-sergeant; the lobotomized Popsicle-sucking child-man; the puritanical former judge; the doom-dealing old woman; the would-be mother to a baby doll; the giggling, clown-haired prankster; the needy nymphomaniac; and the mainly catatonic young woman who occasionally indulges in knife attacks. The pretty young nurse was eager to work with the forward-thinking Dr. Stephens, but finds his successor to be less than welcoming and the hospital to be less than wholesome.

IMDB: 4.90 Likes

  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 812.80M
  • Resolution: 986*720 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 89
  • IMDB Rating: 4.9/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 1

The Synopsis for The Forgotten (1973) 720p

Dr. Stephens runs a secluded sanitarium with a small group of mental patients, one of whom uses the ax that was supposed to be for therapeutic wood-chopping to cut down Dr. Stephens. Now, Dr. Masters is running the asylum alone with her brand-new nurse, who does her best to befriend the eclectic group of patients: the shell-shocked ex-sergeant; the lobotomized Popsicle-sucking child-man; the puritanical former judge; the doom-dealing old woman; the would-be mother to a baby doll; the giggling, clown-haired prankster; the needy nymphomaniac; and the mainly catatonic young woman who occasionally indulges in knife attacks. The pretty young nurse was eager to work with the forward-thinking Dr. Stephens, but finds his successor to be less than welcoming and the hospital to be less than wholesome.


The Director and Players for The Forgotten (1973) 720p

[Director]S.F. Brownrigg
[Role:]Robert Dracup
[Role:]Jessie Lee Fulton
[Role:]Bill McGhee


The Reviews for The Forgotten (1973) 720p


Surprisingly a creepy n entertaining film inspite of the micro budget n less known actors.Reviewed byFella_shibbyVote: 7/10

I first saw this in the late 80s n was quite shocked.Revisited it recently aft knowing that ther is a sequel made after 40 years.During an unusual process of therapy, a lunatic patient lands an axe in a doc's back. Now a viewer may ask what kinda doc gives an axe to a mental patient in an asylum. Cos the doc believes that the best way to deal with insanity is to allow the patients to freely act out their realities in the hopes that they will snap out of it.Even aft the ghastly incident, our lunatics roam freely inside the sanitarium, of course it is situated in a secluded rural place.The unique thing about this film is that the title appears aft almost ten mins.The scene where Danny flirts with the nymphomaniac, touches her, praises her n the moment she gets naked.... his maniacal laughter is epic.The judge with his repetitive behavior of announcing judgements n his facial close ups is lol.The characters are interesting, the settings n feel claustrophobic n the twist predictable but the film creepily entertaining.

Excellent low-budget madnessReviewed byzwolfVote: 10/10

There's not much I can add to the positive reviews of the film, other than I agree completely - this weird little movie has a unique atmosphere all its own. Brownrigg creates a very effective atmosphere of obsessive madness; the movie breathes down your neck! It's amazing that a film so well-lit and full of bright colors can be so unsettling. As someone mentioned, the film looks like a retitle because there's a strange title card inserted, but I have seen a televised version of the film that had the original titles superimposed on-screen - they were orange and read "Don't Look In The Basement" - with quote marks around them, just like that. Why they were taken out and replaced by that garish title card is a mystery to me, but the originals did exist. Another interesting note: I read in an old horror magazine that during the climactic massacre, Brownrigg wanted to make things ultra-gory and so he used a lot of slaughterhouse entrails (sheep, I think), and they were kept in a bag with fake blood. Well, when it came time to film that scene, it was hot in the room, and the entrails had begun to rot, so when the actors tore the bag open, they all nearly vomited at the stench! If you look really closely around the edges of the frame, you can get little glimpses of some entrail... but, to my knowledge, they aren't graphically shown in any prints. In any case, check this movie out... it proves that a low budget can be made up for with a lot of imagination. There's no other film like this... I also recommend Brownrigg's other movies.

Low budget axe horror has some meritReviewed byLeofwine_dracaVote: 5/10

DON'T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT may be an ordinary-looking exploitational grindhouse movie, but it's actually worth a look for fans of cult cinema. It's entirely cheap with a scuzzy look, but it's also actually a pretty interesting look at mental illness and it doesn't just rely on gore shocks and axe murders to make it work. It has more plot than that, including a fine ending which is something of a mini-classic.

The setting is a cheap, run-down old asylum populated by a group of distinctive characters: there's a the girl who cradles a doll and thinks of it as her child, the former judge who goes around dispensing law, alongside a handful of sympathetic characters. Soon enough a series of gore murders are taking place, and it's up to the pretty young heroine to solve the crimes before she herself becomes the next victim. Director S. F. Brownrigg gets the most out of a clearly non-existent budget, and the film becomes most impressive at the Grand Guignol-style climax, which has something of FREAKS about it.

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