Gargoyles: Guardians of the Gate Trailer

Gargoyles: Guardians of the Gate Trailer (1998)

30 March 1998 History, Factual 115 mins

This documentary takes a look at gargoyles, the stone or cement creatures that adorn the lofty tops of buildings. Thought by some to contain the trapped souls of the condemned and believed by others to ward off evil, these adornments are sources of curiosity even today.

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