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Chamber of Horrors (1966)

 -  Horror  -  28 October 1966 (UK)
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A one-handed madman (he lost the hand while escaping a hanging) uses various detachable devices as murder weapons to gain revenge on those he believes have wronged him.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Cravatte aka Jason Caroll
Anthony Draco
Harold Blount
Laura Devon ...
Marie Champlain
Patrice Wymore ...
Vivian (Delano's hostess)
Barbara Dixon
José René Ruiz ...
Senor Pepe De Reyes (as Tun Tun)
Philip Bourneuf ...
Insp. Matthew Strudwick
Mrs. Ewing Perryman
Madame Corona
Police Sgt. Jim Albertson
Vinton Hayworth ...
Judge Walter Randolph
Richard O'Brien ...
Dr. Romulus Cobb
Inger Stratton ...
Gloria (one of Corona's girls)
Berry Kroeger ...
Chun Sing


A one-handed madman (he lost the hand while escaping a hanging) uses various detachable devices as murder weapons to gain revenge on those he believes have wronged him.

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28 October 1966 (UK)  »

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This was a pilot for a period detective program from Warner Bros. entitled "House of Wax", padded out with various gimmicks including the red "fear flash" and "horror horn", several added sequences and guest stars with a larger screen in mind because it was considered too intense at that time for television. See more »


Harold Blount: His study?
Anthony Draco: Yes, the judge studies women
Anthony Draco: It's a Randolph family tradition
Anthony Draco: High standards in low wenches
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Referenced in Leprechaun 2 (1994) See more »


Wein, Weib und Gesang, Op. 333 (Wine, Women and Song)
Music by Johann Strauß
Played at the party
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Solid if flawed entry
8 November 2012 | by (Los Angeles, Ca) – See all my reviews

Chamber of Horrors-After escaping custody and presumed dead, a deranged madman starts a rampage of revenge against those he believed wrong him in sending him to jail, forcing a pair of wax museum attendees to help solve the case before his rampage is complete.

A somewhat decent and enjoyable film, though this one does have it's problems. The first and most obvious one is the gimmick of the flashing red screen and siren used to indicate a potentially frightening scene, yet neither the sequence itself shows anything remotely frightening nor is the warning useful as it intrudes on the frozen frame and looks cheesy and quite fake. Onto the film itself, the biggest problem is the fact that the majority of the film is devoted to an investigation angle that's not conducted by the police but rather his friends in the wax museum as they construct an exhibit on the madman's rampage, which feels quite lame as well as intrusive to the pacing as there's not a whole lot of kills to really work this one over. That said, there's some good stuff here as the frequent trips to the wax museum give it a pretty chilly air at times, several of the stalking scenes are undertaken during a heavy fog that provides a pretty rich atmosphere during the better moments in the film and it has a fairly fun finale that certainly has it's fair share of action. It's enough to make it entertaining, but its held down by it's flaws.

Today's Rating/PG: Violence.

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