What a Carve Up! (No Place Like Homicide!) (1962)

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This parody of horror movies is set in the regulation spooky mansion and features the regulation gathering of eccentric relatives for the reading of the regulation will. Among the family members is a highly-imaginative proofreader. His imagination kicks into overdrive when family members start dying.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Comedy , Horror
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New World

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Cast

Kenneth Connor
as Ernie Broughton
Shirley Eaton
as Linda Dickson
Sidney James
as Syd Butler
Dennis Price
as Guy Broughton
Donald Pleasence
as Everette Sloane
Valerie Taylor
as Janet Broughton
Michael Gwynn
as Malcolm Broughton
Esma Cannon
as Aunt Emily
George Woodbridge
as Dr. Edward
Philip O'Flynn
as Arkwright/Gabriel Broughton
Frederick Piper
as Hearse Driver
Adam Faith
as Himself
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A horror-comedy from the UK about a guy who is down-on-his luck only to be listed in the will of a wealthy recently deceased uncle. He travels with his roommate to the will reading (they have a British Abbott and Costello thing going on). In typical fashion, the will is to be read in an isolated mansion with a group of folks who all look to benefit if their are fewer inheritors. One woman is bequeathed all the dead man's drugs, pills, serums, and hypodermic needles! The guests start to drop and the remaining ones attempt to figure out the mystery of who is commiting the murders. Very typical story (formulatic "old dark house"), done with a good amount of British humor make this one memorable. (An earlier British film, Universal horror-styled The Ghoul from 1933, was apparently based on the same story, but done with minimal humor.)

D M
D M

This movie has an overly used plot, but it's very funny, so I enjoyed it anyway.

Aj V
Aj V

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