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Or in this case, play that funky music, haunted piano! I watched this for about fifteen minutes before I realised it wasn't a badly dubbed, inept, Italian horror film. It has that feel to it the rest of the running time, constant scene and plot changes that make little sense, poor acting and some partial nudity.
It starts with a celebration in a barn with a banjo playing and goes downhill from there. The cast are unknown actors who thankfully all stayed that way. There are a number of gratuitous underwear shots as one woman takes a lifetime to get dressed and also strange bits where ghosts seemingly strip a young woman topless. But that only holds the boredom at bay for fleeting moments.
Not to be missed is the flying possessed piano at the climax! A masterpiece of bad acting and incompetent special effects. How little money and thought did they spend on this mess? Only way this could have been a lot worse if they had Richard Clayderman or Billy Joel have a turn on the old piano and bash out a few chords of 'Knees up, Mother Brown,' while a bunch of London cockneys danced around like fools.
Avoid and watch John Carpenter's 'The Fog' as another reviewer mentioned.
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