From Vinegar Syndrome! Two grimy, low-rent regional sleaze-fests guaranteed to leave even the most jaded genre film fans scratching their heads in disbelief! The Dungeon Of Harrow (1962): This lurid Texas-shot gem, in the vein of Roger Corman's The Terror, follows two survivors of a shipwreck as they find themselves trapped on a remote island, run by a mad baron keen on torture! Death By Invitation (1971): One of producer Leonard Kirtman's odd ventures into horror filmmaking, Death is an effectively gritty tale of 20th century witchery topped off with a pleasant touch of psychedelia!
In Shops: Aug 07, 2013
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