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House of Terror (1973)

PG | | Crime, Horror, Romance | March 1975 (USA)
A nurse is hired to take care of a mean, cantankerous woman. It turns out that the nurse and her boyfriend are after the woman's fortune. When the woman turns up dead in a bathtub full of ... See full summary »

Director:

Sergei Goncharoff

Writers:

Tony Crechales (screenplay), E.A. Charles (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Jennifer Bishop ... Jennifer Andrews (as Jenifer Bishop)
Arell Blanton Arell Blanton ... Mark Alden
Mitchell Gregg Mitchell Gregg ... Emmett Kramer
Irene Byatt ... Norma (as Irenee Byatt)
Ernie Charles Ernie Charles ... The Lawyer
Jacquelyn Hyde ... Marsha Kramer / Dolores Beaudine
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Storyline

A nurse is hired to take care of a mean, cantankerous woman. It turns out that the nurse and her boyfriend are after the woman's fortune. When the woman turns up dead in a bathtub full of blood the couple begin to search for the money, but they soon begin to suspect that the woman isn't really dead - or her ghost has come back to avenge her. Written by Anonymous

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Step by Diabolical Step, You'll Be Driven to the BRINK of INSANITY!

Genres:

Crime | Horror | Romance

Certificate:

PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

March 1975 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

House of Blood See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Jacqueline Hyde has a single-frame 'Special Guest Star' billing. See more »

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Featured in Mad Monster Rally (2009) See more »

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Words & Music by George J. Gade
Sung by Kelly Garrett
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Cut-rate thrills from the vault of forgotten cinema
3 October 2005 | by EyeAskanceSee all my reviews

An undistinguished and instantly forgettable picture, HOUSE OF TERROR presents an undercooked Agatha Christie-ish plot to kill a recently-widower-ed millionaire. The suspects at hand include his own sister, his dead wife's nurse, and her scummy lover. In a sleazy swirl of lust, deceit, and murder, the plot thickens...albeit not very much. The film's sole highlight is the presence of underrated cult figure Jaqueline Hyde in a dual role. She's a strong performer, and in this case she steals the show with little effort.

A few fleeting scenes of mild violence pepper the overall ennui of HOUSE OF TERROR, a film of visibly unconcerned craftsmanship which one might stumble upon as a "Late, Late, Late Show" presentation.

4/10


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