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South of Hell Mountain (1971)

R | | Western, Horror
After planning to just rob a gold mine, an outlaw and his two sons end up killing all of the miners. While fleeing to Canada, they stop at a small cabin in the woods where they find a woman... See full summary »
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Anna Stuart Anna Stuart ... Sally (as Anna Stewart)
Sam Hall Sam Hall
Nicol Britton Nicol Britton
Elsa Raven
Dave Willis Dave Willis ... (as David Willis)
Paul Haller Paul Haller
Martin J. Kelley Martin J. Kelley ... (as John Martin Kelly)
Mark Mellet Mark Mellet
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After planning to just rob a gold mine, an outlaw and his two sons end up killing all of the miners. While fleeing to Canada, they stop at a small cabin in the woods where they find a woman and her stepdaughter living together. What happens afterwards is told through the memories of the step-daughter, now a patient locked away in a mental hospital. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Western | Horror

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Südlich der Teufelsberge See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color
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Twang, twang, twang
18 October 2009 | by udar55See all my reviews

This promised horror on the box but this Cannon release is more of a backwoods action-drama. Bible spouting Pa and his two sons kill a bunch of people at a mine and steal the gold. On the run, they come across young Sally who is living with her mean step-mom Helen. Sally is smitten with one of the young boys while Helen sees gold in them thar hills. All of this is told via flashback as Sally is visited by a psychiatrist in a dingy insane asylum. This is a really odd movie. It is almost like they finished the main film, found out they didn't have enough footage for a full length movie and added the asylum bits. This is all but confirmed with an opening credit that says, "Asylum scenes written and directed by William Sachs" (of THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN infamy). The main body of the film is credited to one Louis Leahman and it is his only credit. On the downside, this film features more Jew's Harp (twang, twang, twang!) than one should ever hear in a lifetime. I'd actually like to know more about this movie as it has some interesting parts and well done, downbeat ending.


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