Dominique is Dead (1978)
Dominique is Dead follows a wife of a greedy man who comes back to haunt him after he scares her to death in this horror-thriller. He is after her money and must try several times before he finally succeeds. Because she is mentally exhausted from being frightened all the time, she commits suicide, but soon the husband begins experiencing her ghostly presence.
Dominique is Dead (1978) Review:
I have not seen Dominique in years… watching it again after years of no see I find the movie extremely good. If you want a fast-paced, bloody ghost story then this film is not for you. This film is what you might call ‘slow’ and written well instead of ‘fast’ and all bloody eye-candy with no solid story. Dominique is my kind of a ghost story – just a damned good story with quality acting. The story is exactly like the plot summery. Basically, a money-hungry husband and the ‘ghost’ of a vengeful wife. There is more to this story but I will not tell it because it would ruin the film for those who have not seen it yet. It’s a must watch for lovers of older ghost stories. I remembered the film to be good – but it is so much better than I recalled it to be. This might be a ‘boring’ ghost story for some – for others, like myself, this is a quality haunting film.
Cast and Crew:
Director: Michael Anderson
Writers: Edward Abraham (screenplay), Valerie Abraham (screenplay)
Stars: Cliff Robertson, Jean Simmons, Jenny Agutter