Bloodbath at the House of Death

 

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KENNY EVERETT | PAMELA STEPHENSON | VINCENT PRICE | GARETH HUNT | DON WARRINGTON | JOHN FORTUNE | GRAHAM STARK | DAVID LODGE | SHEILA STEAFEL

Dir. Ray Cameron | 1984 | 88 minutes | GB | (15) | Horror / Comedy

Available on 35mm

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A vehicle for the late-lamented British DJ Kenny Everett, this gross-out horror/comedy is notorious for giving Vincent Price a role that involves vulgarity and expletives. It’s intermittently zany, packed with references to other (better) films and packed with British sitcom stalwarts. Everett’s Germanic scientist is heading an inquiry at Headstone Manor where, several years before, a massacre took place. Naturally Vincent Price (as the Sinister Man) is at the heart of the mystery… Variously described as lame, desperate and plain bad, Bloodbath at the House of Death is ripe for rediscovery.

 

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