A tongue-in-cheek psycho movie in "Duo-vision." The entire feature employs the split-screen technique used in parts of Brian De Palma's "Sisters" that same year. As a handyman at a seacoast... See full summary »

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David Bailey ...
Rick Stewart
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Lisa James
Randolph Roberts ...
Jason Gant
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Police Sgt. Ramsey
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Henry Peter 'Hank' Lassiter
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Dolores Hamilton
Roger Bowen ...
Simmons, Hotel Manager
Madeleine Sherwood ...
Lenore Karadyne
Stefanianna Christopherson ...
Genny (as Indira Danks)
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Mr. Fenley, Hotel Engineer
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Bill Broderick
Patsy Garrett ...
Mrs. Griswald - Housekeeper
Robert Nichols ...
Fred, Day Clerk
Kirk Bates ...
Owen Williams (as Kirk Bates and The Leaves of Grass)
Maryesther Denver ...
Adele Moffett - Organist
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A tongue-in-cheek psycho movie in "Duo-vision." The entire feature employs the split-screen technique used in parts of Brian De Palma's "Sisters" that same year. As a handyman at a seacoast hotel, Randolph Roberts wears a monster mask while he kills and dismembers women with blond hair. Tiffany Bolling is a singer, Scott Brady is a detective and Edd "Kookie" Burns is a lifeguard. The music is the original organ score for the silent film "Phantom of the Opera." Written by alfiehitchie

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Duo-Vision. No Glasses - All You Need Are Your Eyes. See more »


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15 March 1974 (Finland)  »

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Randolph Roberts auditioned for the minor role of Hank Lassiter (which ultimately went to Edd Byrnes), but he so impressed producer William T. Orr and director Richard L. Bare that he was cast as the lead. See more »

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As Rick and Lisa check out the bed in the Presidential Suite, Mr. Fenley walks by with the hotel blueprints tucked under his left arm. Cut to another angle and he's holding them under his right. See more »

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Rick Stewart: We don't need any beach freaks makin' out with the guests!
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Featured in 42nd Street Forever, Volume 1 (2005) See more »

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Swan Lake
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Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Arranged by Philip Springer
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bad, bad.
24 April 2004 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Gruesome serial killer schlock from the once mighty MGM before It remembered it had a treasure box of classics to cut up into docos, this is the sort of awful film major studios make today. Sort of SCREAM meets HOTEL (which indeed might be a good idea to a suit in Hollwood right about ...now).....using the dual image or cinemasope cut in half, it rendered the viewer dizzy by reel 2.. .......... ....when the girl in the bikini gets the bread knife in the guts over and over and over and over and over....just like they want you to enjoy today (WOLF CREEK). Maybe Tarantino could remake it on that possibility alone and we can laugh as illiterate critics label it 'cool' and dear Quentin can enjoy putting more imagery of mutilated females on the wide screen. Anyway.....it is all there in 1973 in gory banal grossness. Whoever said it should be DVD reissued with a co feature of NIGHT OF THE LEPUS is right. Stabbings and rabbits. Sounds very Multiplex 2006 to me.


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