Remake of 1941's "Ladies in Retirement" has psychotic Stella Stevens playing companion to wealthy, loony widow and she soon brings her brother and sister to live with them after they are ... See full summary »
Helen keeps on receiving phone calls from a child, who claims being her nephew Michael - but Michael died 15 years ago! In these calls he scolds on acquaintances, who then die in suspicious... See full summary »
Three eerie tales based on actual events are enacted in this film. First, three college students play a prank on a geeky classmate, who is accidentally shot and killed. His vengeful mother ... See full summary »
A young girl who returns for her mothers furneral, is "adopted" by an older woman, who is member of a Satan-cult. The young girl escapes and meets a young man. Written by
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If "Howard", her chauffeur, is supposed to be mute, how can be a butler too, since butlers are required to be able to ask names of guests who appear at front doors of their charges homes.
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This is a real fun thriller of days gone by. This is from 1973 during the made for TV movie era, back when it was so good.I saw this for the first time when I was a very young teenager, and I loved the story.The story is very very well written, and the acting is great too. The cast is top notch. You have the master Shelley Winters,what a joy she is to watch. Belinda J. Montgomery was very good as the young lady in this movie. Jonathan Frid who played Barnabas Collins the vampire from the classic series Dark Shadows, played a sympathetic character in his role.What can I say about Joseph Cotten,a real treat for me to watch him in any movie.This movie has a fairly young Robert Foxworth who I think did a terrific job.All in all, this movie is great fun to watch.I highly recommend this movie to anyone.
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