A couple having marital problems (the husband can't seem to rise to the occasion) visits Madame Heles, a necromancer, in hopes of ameliorating their boudoir blunders. After an elaborate ...
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A plot of the macho husband wanting to loosen up his "frigid" wife. The husband (Ben) becomes increasingly caught up in his own up-tightness, while his wife (Ginnie) proves herself to be ... See full summary »
A couple having marital problems (the husband can't seem to rise to the occasion) visits Madame Heles, a necromancer, in hopes of ameliorating their boudoir blunders. After an elaborate ritual with a skull, Heles' lovely assistant Tanya first takes care of another client, then moves on to the couple, each in their turn. Once she's worked with each of them on a physical level, they are ready to meet the Madame, who will decide how best to help them. Written by
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A coffin owned by The Amazing Criswell is seen in the film, the second of Wood's films (after "Night of the Ghouls") in which such a coffin appears. Criswell's family was in the mortician business. The coffin used in Necromania, however, looks antique. According to cinematographer Ted Gorley, this was the result of a misunderstanding. Criswell had meant to donate his own coffin, but the crew of the film borrowed the wrong coffin. The one used in the film was a relic dating to the presidency of Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865). See more »
You nearly made me wet my nightgown, old boy. It's new, too.
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I found this movie outside of a Walmart at a tent sale back in 1995 or 1996.
It was the funniest movie I had ever seen, so I went back and bought all the copies up - $3.00 each. I gave away all of them as gifts except for one copy. One of them was given as a white elephant gift at a family Xmas get together, simply because I knew it was a really low budget movie, but it made me laugh every time I watched it. It's in a clamshell box - very cool.......if you haven't seen it - you are missing out! I loved seeing him run around in his underpants......and the props used in the house were cheap and gaudy. When I first saw this movie, I had no idea who Ed Wood was - it wasn't until years later that I read more about him and saw other movies. I am going to hunt up my copy of this movie right now and watch it again. I only wish I had it on DVD instead of VHS.
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