Two women attend a party in a barn, where they meet Mr. Bradley, a strange middle-aged man with a British accent. He saves one of them from an attempted rape in a hayloft, so she introduces him to her friend Terry. After chatting a while, he leaves and drains the gas from their car. Finding their gas tank empty, Ann and Terry walk until they come to Bradley's isolated house, where he lives with his sister Myla and a servant named Freddy. It turns out that Bradley is actually an insane mortician and that he have certain plans with his guests.Written by
Having seen the Trailer for this film on other DVD releases from Something Weird, and knowing that the trailer usually has the best scenes from a film, I didn't have high expectations when I finally broke down and purchased the DVD. While far from a perfect film, it is competently made technically, which makes it watchable despite the glaring gaps in logic and the weak storyline. What really sells the film, though, is Garth's creepy portrayal of the wacko 'scientist' Dr. Bradley. I don't think he personally looks like Henry Kissinger, but if you ever had a itch that you could only scratch by imagining good ol' Henry rubbing his bare torso down in oil and getting his groove on, this is the place to look!
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