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Tower of Evil (1972)

A group of experienced archeologists are searching for an old and mystic Phoenician treasure when they are surprised by a series of mysterious murders...

Director:

Jim O'Connolly

Writers:

George Baxt (original story), Jim O'Connolly
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bryant Haliday ... Brent
Jill Haworth ... Rose Mason
Mark Edwards ... Adam
Jack Watson ... Hamp
Anna Palk ... Nora
Derek Fowlds ... Dan
Dennis Price ... Bakewell
Anthony Valentine ... Dr. Simpson
Gary Hamilton Gary Hamilton ... Brom
George Coulouris ... John Gurney
William Lucas ... Inspector Hawk
John Hamill ... Gary
Candace Glendenning ... Penny
Robin Askwith ... Des
Seretta Wilson ... Mae
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A group of experienced archeologists are searching for an old and mystic Phoenician treasure when they are surprised by a series of mysterious murders... Written by Volker Boehm

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They came, they saw, they died! See more »


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Trivia

Frederic Abbott is dubbed by Stephen Lewis. See more »

Quotes

Nora: Brom, do you think you could escort me to the bedroom, protect me from things that go bang in the night?
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Alternate Versions

The original UK cinema version was cut by the BBFC to heavily edit shots of stabbings, a lovemaking scene, and scenes of a man on fire. Later versions were uncut, though the 2005 DVD featured a re-edited print which had no censor cuts but gained/lost extra scenes through print damage and some restoration. See more »

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Referenced in Ban the Sadist Videos! (2005) See more »

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First rate, B-grade sexy Chiller slash Thriller. A Must See for 70's horror fans
28 April 2006 | by ApolloBoy109See all my reviews

Sexy vintage British horror tale packed with traditional atmospheric fog, shades of Gothic and hot young flesh. From the firm buttocks of the hunky men to the smooth perky breasts of the women, this film exploits the 70's free love era.

Three interconnected tales revolve around an old lighthouse island purported to be closed but hiding deep secrets. They are . . .

First: A man, his wife and their child escape the near by village to live in isolation. Something happens. Second: Free spirited young Americans who are for the most part naked during their flashback sequences, and we're all happy about that, visit the island for a little hot sex and weed. Surely this movie was made by content bisexuals because both sexes bare enough flesh to make your engine hum. Someone murders three of the hot and horny kids (while they're all naked). Third: A research team is sent to the island because one of the boys was murdered with an antique sword only found in southern Europe. The sword it appears belongs to a cult that worships the God of Orgies, lust and firm male butts. The team is comprised of four young hot archaeologists, and two locals, one in particular is a hungry stud (Gary Hamilton) who is by far the best looking 70's hunk I've ever seen naked on screen. There's a lot of "whose been sleeping in my bed" antics before the truth about the island is uncovered.

The underground worship chamber is by far the funniest horror set I have ever seen.

All in all for film history's sake and a nice slice of 70's nudity mixed with chills and thrills, this is the best of it's kind.

Did I mention hot men and sweet women are starked naked most of the time?

Catch it!


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Country:

UK | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 May 1972 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Beyond the Fog See more »

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Budget:

$400,000 (estimated)
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Grenadier Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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