This ghastly but oddly cheerful horror parody stars Linda Gillin as a young woman who wins an all-expense-paid vacation to the remote seaside resort known as Red Wolf Inn. Tended by a kindly old couple (Arthur Space & Mary Jackson) and their simple-minded grandson, the Red Wolf has a cozy but strangely creepy ambience, and a long tradition of serving their guests... as dinner. After the other guests begin to disappear and Gillin discovers a freezer full of body parts, she begins to suspect she may be tomorrow's blue plate special. In fact, the only thing that stands between her and the butcher block is the fact that the grandson has developed a schoolboy crush on her. Despite a silly "twist" ending, this is a reasonably witty horror spoof, opting for a more lighthearted (i.e. PG-rated) approach to its grisly subject matter instead of pouring on the gore. Released as Terror at Red Wolf Inn in 1972, this modest little number has been screened under half a dozen other titles, including Terror House, The Folks at Red Wolf Inn and Terror on the Menu.