A hippie girl wandering on a California beach is taken in by a Korean War veteran who lives in a nearby mansion with his sister. The girl soon begins to suspect that the mansion is home to ...
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A director is filming on location in a house where seven murders were committed. The caretaker warns them not to mess with things they do not understand (the murders were occult related), ... See full summary »
A photojournalist traveling through the Pyrenees on assignment with a beautiful writer stays overnight at an ancient Spanish castle, only to hear that the adjoining mountain is occupied by a coven of witches.
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Robert Walker Jr.
A hippie girl wandering on a California beach is taken in by a Korean War veteran who lives in a nearby mansion with his sister. The girl soon begins to suspect that the mansion is home to some very strange goings-on. Written by
In 1972, it was reported Donna Reed and Walter Pidgeon would be among the stars of Yellow-Headed Summer. When it was finally released in 1973, as Welcome to Arrow Beach, and in 1976 under the title Tender Flesh, only Laurence Harvey was in the cast. (Brenda Scott Royce in the book Donna Reed: A Bio-bibliography, page 58., Greenwood Press 1990) See more »
The places that a woman could inject herself with a syringe defy the imagination!
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Spooky and gruesome goings on as a cannibal lures young ladies to his gloomy mansion for "dinner".
The production values and cast are quite good in this often horrifying suspenseful and gory picture. Lawrence Harvey is chilling as a "it's not his fault" cannibal. Meg Foster is good as a damsel about to be eaten and David Macklin is excellent as the handsome hero who comes to her aid.
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