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1972 was clearly not a good year for British cinema. These two are dire in quite different ways. By 1972 the Carry Ons were completely formulaic. Everyone knew the cast, everyone knew how they'd behave on screen, (even if mostly they all hated each other behind the scenes). But the material they had to work with was so thin, so utterly terrible, there were no jokes left untold, no depths of seediness left unplumbed. Tower of Evil on the other hand was an interesting idea done badly. Very badly. You get the feeling that no one working on it knew what they were doing at all. Given that I prefer interesting ideas over better production, Tower of Evil wins here.