A doctor has had some very bad luck. A serial killer kidnapped his wife and killed her, then two of his daughters after his wife suffer the same fate, and now his youngest daughter has been kidnapped and buried alive. He and the town will need to work together quickly to uncover his daughter and the man responsible.
"I remember the night your wife died better than you."
William Castle, director of House on Haunted Hill, The Tingler, 13 Ghosts, Straight-Jacket, Homicidal, The Old Dark House, Serpent on the Nile, and The Iron Glove, delivers Macabre. The storyline for this picture is interesting and worth following. The writing is uneven and some of the acting was cheesy. The cast includes William Prince, Jim Backus, Jacqueline Scott, and Ellen Corby.
"His two daughters are dead now..."
I came across this on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) this past Halloween season. I thought this was well done and interesting. This wasn't perfect or an all time classic, but it has a nice classic horror feel for fans of the genre.
"Why should I get married? All men seem the same in the dark."
on the plus side, it was a great relieve to see a new genre in an Indonesian horror, we can do a slasher movie!
props to Mo brothers for trying though...