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Gothic mystery writer Lauren Cochran leaves New York to move into an eerie Victorian mansion, once a brothel haunted by the ghost of a madam Florinda Costello. The ex-brothel is the scene of several gore killings, witnessed by Lauren. With John Carradine. Written by
A rather bland horror film that is as bad as it sounds, it actually surprisingly starts off quite well, with some effective scenes, but in the end it is not all so glamorous. The characters and acting are both poor, the special effects are rather icky, and in the latter half of the film there a number of sequences that seem to drag on and on pointlessly. In particular, the final twenty or so minutes leave a quite a sour taste in the mouth, however there is one reason why the film may be interesting to view, that being the choices of music, which, although not always appropriate, are still curious and intriguing.
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