Bloodbath At The House Of Death (1984)
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Six scientists arrive at the creepy Headstone Manor to investigate a strange phenomena which was the site of a mysterious massacre years earlier where 18 guests were killed in one night. It turns out that the house is the place of a satanic cult lead by a minister monk who plans to kill the scientists who are inhabiting this house of Satan.
The movie it took a lot of guts to make!
Title: Bloodbath At The House Of Death
Release Date: March 30, 1984
Runtime: 88 mins
All Genres: Horror, Comedy
IMDB Rating: 5.3
Buried.com Rating: 6.3 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With B
MPAA Rating: R
Kenny Everett ...Dr. Lukas Mandeville
Pamela Stephenson ...Dr. Barbara Coyle
Vincent Price ...Sinister Man
Gareth Hunt ...Elliot Broome
Don Warrington ...Stephen Wilson
John Fortune ...John Harrison
Sheila Steafel ...Sheila Finch
John Stephen Hill ...Henry Noland
Cleo Rocos ...Deborah Kedding
Graham Stark ...The Blind Man
Pat Ashton ...Barmaid
David Lodge ...Inspector Goule
Davilia David ...Sheila's Mother
Debbie Linden ...Attractive girl
Tim Barrett ...Doctor
Oscar Quitak ...Doctor
Ellis Dale ...Patient
Barry Cryer ...Police Inspector
Anna Dawson ...Nurse
Gordon Rollings ...Man at Bar
Jack Le White ...Old Man
Ray Cameron ...Policeman
Derek Lyons ...Policeman
Stuart D. Donaldson
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- The movie it took a lot of guts to make!
- Dr. Lukas Mandeville: I find this case enthralling. Have you read all the reports? Dr. Barbara Coyle: No. Dr. Lukas Mandeville: Well if you had, you'd know about the strange things that have taken place in that house years ago. Do you realize that eighteen people were murdered there one night? Dr. Barbara Coyle: Coincidence. Anyway, Lightning never strikes twice. Dr. Lukas Mandeville: Well it did then. Two people were struck by lightning. Two who's throats were slit. One was hung. Two were axed, four people were skewered in the same bed. And a man watching, simply blew up! Dr. Barbara Coyle: What happened to the other six? Dr. Lukas Mandeville: What? Dr. Barbara Coyle: You said there were eighteen. Dr. Lukas Mandeville: Oh, yes, yes, the other six. They were found frozen to death in the deep freeze. All wrapped in cling film. They'd been shot.
Elliot Broome: That's the trouble with life today. Too many people assume things and then form opinions, wrongly based on false assumptions. Stephen Wilson: You mean? Elliot Broome: Precisely. People always assume that because I'm not interested in football or swilling beer in the local pub every night, and would rather stay at home and lull up a pair of curtains, I must therefore in some way be... less than a man. Stephen Wilson: My experience... exactly.
Henry Noland: Eighteen in one night? God, that must have put you off sex for life. Deborah Kedding: Not really, life goes on. Henry Noland: You're one brave lady. I suppose you had a psychiatrist? Deborah Kedding: Yes, one of them was a psychiatrist. Henry Noland: You're kidding me? Deborah Kedding: No, he was the last one and he made me tell about the other seventeen. Henry Noland: Oh God, some people are disgusting.
Policewoman: Hello, police, can I help you? Dr. Lukas Mandeville: Yes, I'd like to report a dead body. Policewoman: Yes sir, what type of a dead body? Dr. Lukas Mandeville: Type? Ehm... Upside down with big chests, what's that got to do with it?
Sinister Man: Bow thy knees if you wish to even speak in my presence. Barmaid: Oh, piss off!
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