The film was re-released in the US under the title "Beyond the Fog". The reason for the new title was an attempt to capitalize on the success of John Carpenter's hit horror film The Fog (1980). See more »
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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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 »
Take my word on this Tower of Evil is a MUST SEE if you're an admirer of raw, vicious and undiscovered horror. This film is so much fun I can't believe I just found out about it now! It's cheap and nasty, but very imaginative and spirited! Tower of Evil is appropriately set on a deserted island, carrying many secrets. After discovering the mutilated corpses of 3 teenagers and one severely traumatized survivor, an expedition team is sent to the island. An older sailor and a young handsome stud, both obviously keeping a few secrets hidden, guide the team. But the members of the expedition are more dealing with sexual intrigues and relational problems anyway. They encounter a savage caveman, severely decomposed human leftovers and authentic hidden treasures! Yay!! Horror with a twitch of adventure! The plot of `Tower of Evil' isn't exactly solid or logical, but director O'Connolly manages to create suspense nonetheless. Due to the isolated and raw location of the Snape Island, you feel trapped there along with the main characters. For the fans of typical 70's horror, there are several gruesome moments to enjoy as well as some ultra-sexy sleaziness. For example, one of the main actresses constantly wears a bikini-top, which ranks as one of the hottest ones since Raquel Welsh's in `One Billion Years B.C.'. `Tower of Evil' is a true gem of the ignored horror vaults and real fans can't afford to miss it!
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