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Del Tenney directed "old dark house" film has a father dying and then someone coming back from the grave to kill off his children. Is it the father? Who cares. This film is deadly slow and tries so hard to be creepy and mysterious but it fails at both of those. The "mystery" is never very mysterious as it's pretty obvious from the start who's doing the killings. Outside one memorable death scene the film really doesn't offer too much. Best known today for featuring Roy Scheider in his film debut.
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