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Death Game (1977)

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Movie Info

A fantasy come-true becomes a nightmare in this grim, suspenseful drama. It begins when a businessman's car breaks down and he is picked up by two lovely lesbians who take him back to his house and then proceed to seduce him into having a rollicking good threesome. He is having a great time, until the playful ladies suddenly tie him up and begin tormenting him, murder an innocent delivery boy and totally destroy his house. Fortunately, for the hapless businessman the lusty lassies get their just desserts in the end.more
Rating: R (adult situations/language, nudity, sex)
Genre: Drama, Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Anthony Overman, Michael Ronald Ross
In Theaters:
On DVD: Oct 19, 2004
Runtime:
VCI

Cast

Sondra Locke
as Agatha Jackson
Seymour Cassel
as George Manning
Beth Brickell
as Karen Manning
Michael Kalmansohn
as Delivery Boy
Ruth Warshawsky
as Mrs. Grossman
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Critic Reviews for Death Game

All Critics (3)

A bizarre exploitation movie with a dubbed Seymour Cassel being held hostage by two lesbians.

October 9, 2005
Fantastica Daily

September 23, 2005
International Press Academy

July 30, 2002
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Audience Reviews for Death Game

½

A married man allowed 2 women to stay at his house while his wife was away and no good deed goes unpunished when he finds out the women are psychopaths.

Certainly not based on a true story, Death Game (or the Seducers) would not satisfy anyone.

Sylvester Kuo
Sylvester Kuo

Super Reviewer

½

Married man allows two random young hotties into his house while his wife is out of town, treats it like it's all a big game until after he beds them, then realizes that they don't plan to leave the next morning. Thus begins a weird psycho-sexual torture drama as they torment and harass him like petulant children, alternating between seductive and petty, building to some pretty weird reveals.

Watchable, and one of the few times I've seen Sondra Locke in something that doesn't involve Clint Eastwood. Give it a rental.

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