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Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984)





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This British horror spoof was conceived as a star vehicle for then-popular TV comedian Kenny Everett, who plays an occult scientist whose team of paranormal researchers are measuring psychic disturbances at a rural English estate called "Headstone Manor." Once the site of a bloody massacre, the house is haunted by the very real presence of a moronic devil-worshipping coven and their exasperated leader, "The Sinister Man" (Vincent Price, who seems to enjoy serving up the ham). The inept Satanists are determined to prevent the so-called psychic experts from completing their task. Despite a few clever gags and some very funny asides from the mugging Price, viewers expecting a Monty Python-style satire of horror films will be rather disappointed. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovimore
Rating: R
Genre: Horror, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Ray Cameron, Barry Cryer
In Theaters:
Media Home Entertainment


Kenny Everett
as Dr. Lukas Mandeville
Pamela Stephenson
as Dr. Barbara Coyle
Vincent Price
as The Monk
Sheila Steafel
as Sheila Finch
John Fortune
as John Harrison
Gareth Hunt
as Elliot Broome
Don Warrington
as Stephen Wilson
Graham Stark
as The Blind Man
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This movie wasn't as good as I expected. It tries, poorly, to spoof other horror movies, while having it's own story, which isn't very good anyway. The only good actor is Price, who doesn't get enough screen time. There are a couple of funny scenes, most of which have Price. Overall, it's just okay.

Aj V

Super Reviewer

British comedy horror. I enjoyed this more than more well-known films of this genre from England (e.g. The Old Dark House (1963) or even Comedy of Terrors). Its more of a American-type spoof with clever British type humor (done better than Carry On Screaming). A group of scientists investigate radioactivity around the site of a mass murder years prior. Some Satanic priests (who act much like a masonic-type organization with power in local politics) dont take kindly to the scientists presence and use their evil powers to kill them. Well, I dont want to spoil the end, but a nice ridiculous twist to complete the film! Vincent Price plays the High Priest. Well worth a view!


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