- SKU: 21269096
- Release Date: 05/07/2013
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- Scanned in 2K from archival film elemts
- Includes a commentary track by: The Hysteria Continues
A witch is burned at the stake and returns 300 years later to wreak revenge upon the ancestors of her foes in this eerie horror tale. Lise (Shelby Leverington) has become a close friend of the Vroot family, which is led by the stern hand of patriarch Peter Vroot (Aaron Phillips). Though trusted by all, the lithesome witch seduces and murders teenage son Roger (Denver John Collins), after telling him the disturbing tale of an ancient tribe of women who subjugated and ate their men. Roger's disappearance throws the unsuspecting family into confusion and fear. Lise continues to offer moral support, though soon she has caused the deaths of two more Vroot children by shocking the youngest daughter into toppling down the staircase after witnessing the decapitation of her sister. She begins flirting openly with Jake (Norman Paige), the fiancé of remaining daughter Coral (Rhonda Russell). Jake responds by coming to Lise's apartment, though when she attempts to tell him the same gruesome story that preceded Roger's murder, Jake kisses her and she is overcome by passion. Shortly afterward, Jake makes a horrific discovery, finding Roger's dismembered body in a garbage bag. ~ Fred Beldin, Rovi
Dungeon of Harrow
A ship carrying traveller Aaron Fallon (Russ Harvey) is wrecked off the coast of a strange, uncharted island. Only Fallon and the ship's captain (Henry Garcia) survive, and they soon find themselves in the clutches of the mad Count DeSade (Bill McNulty), who is keeping his insane, diseased wife (Eunice Grey) in the dungeon below the castle in which he lives. The count is deranged and hallucinating, and prepared to inflict terrible tortures on anyone he believes threatens him or his solitude -- the two shipwreck victims and a mute servant girl (her tongue cut out by pirates) soon find themselves in that position. A lot of violence ensues, amid much dialogue that's fairly incomprehensible on a logical level but which works in the sense of being generically horrific. Fallon and Cassandra, a servant (Helen Hogan), are the only survivors, and they await rescue, not knowing that they're already doomed to a terrible fate. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi