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Brian G. Hutton,
David J. Stewart
Two psychical researchers procure the services of a lady of the night and send her back in time under hypnosis. She finds herself in the body of a past existence - a woman in medieval times waiting to be beheaded as a witch. By avoiding this fate she unwittingly starts to alter history. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <email@example.com>
I'm a big Allison Hayes fan and have caught her in most of her horror films such as "The Zombies of Moru Tau" and the MST3K Classic "The Unearthly," but this movie comes a lot closer to trully capturing her presence than her really big hit, "Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman." She was mostly missing from that movie despite being the star and she wasn't given very many 'attack' scenes. In the "Undead," she plays a sexy witch called Livia [sometimes sounds like Lydia] who pines for the heart of a knight, but is waylaid by a time-traveling call-girl in the body of a past life. The Bridey Murphy/ Reincarnation thing was a big topic back then, but then it could have been a much different movie if the hooker had landed in Allison Hayes. This mostly condemmed movie was filmed in a studio that had been a closed-down supermarket which attones for the claustrophobic sense of the sets. Largely ridiculed by critics and true horror fans [not including the guys who prefer the slice-and-dice/body counts/heavy gore movies], this movie redeems itself in the end with a strange twist that really grabs the watcher, but even then, not that many people seem to respect that kind of ending.
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