Horror movie about three wicked sisters and their equally unsavory husbands who all arrive at a remote inn where they mean to attend the reading of their uncle's will. One by one, the heirs... See full summary »
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A distraught weapons dealer is involved in an automobile accident after catching his stripper wife in bed with another man. Upon recovering, he goes on a killing spree, bumping off exotic ... See full summary »
Claris Manning is an alcoholic invalid who tyrannizes her children when her youngest daughter, Carol, invites her family to spend a Christmas week together. They include Matthew, a crackpot clergyman; Michael, a misogynist businessman whom is sexually attracted to Carol, but abusive to his wife Susan; Margaret, the eldest daughter, whom is currently dating a local tough named Jonathan; and Buster, the youngest son from a military school whom brings over his gay lover Drew. Meanwhile, the two live-in servants, Peter and Jessica, plot to kill Mrs. Manning to gain her money for themselves. But an unseen killer soon begins killing off all the characters present for their debauched lifestyles they have led to since leaving the household. Written by
Candy Hammond got married to director Andy Milligan in February 1968 during the filming. See more »
Do you know how many letters I've gotten about you?
I don't know what you're talking about.
Like hell you don't!
[she picks up a stack of letters and throws them on the floor]
Would you care to read some? They're very intresting.
I don't want to see them.
Of course you don't! They're not very nice to look at! I've gotten at least three for every year you've been away!
You wouldn't have gotten them if you hadn't sent me away.
The best thing I ever did was send you to military school and out of my...
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This is another cheapo by Andy Milligan, but it is actually a fair story about a highly dysfunctional family.
It was certainly made for the Grindhouse circuit, as the actual story has sex scenes inserted instead of commercials.
Don't get me wrong, this is high class acting, but it certainly was better than The Ghastly Ones in that regard. The stay-with-mom daughter invites all of her siblings home for the holidays. This causes mom to go ballistic, as she hates all of them. It's not enough to cause the old biddy to have a heart attack, so she is there throughout the film yelling and screaming at her children.
They certainly are the weirdest bunch I have ever scene - one is 17 and gets kicked out of every school mom sends him two; one married a woman who lied about a pregnancy to get out of the house, and away from his sister, who was having regular sex with him; one just wanted love and married the first man who would have rough sex with her - a real happy family.
But someone is killing them off, one by one, in between the almost hard core sex scenes.
Yes, I actually fast forwarded through the sex to get the story. It wasn't bad if you can stand the 16mm camera-work and the horrid music played during the sex. I fast forwarded just so I would have to listen to it.
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