Incense For The Damned (1970)
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A group of friends search for a young English Oxford student who has disappeared whilst researching in Greece. They are shocked to find that, wherever he has been, certain unsolved murders have taken place. Not believing that their friend could be the perpetrator of such acts, they press on with their search, finding him under the spell of a beautiful Vampire, whose blood-sucking methods include the use of sado-masochism. Believing they have killed her, the group return home, unaware that their friend is now a Vampire.
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Title: Incense For The Damned
Release Date: , 1971
Runtime: 87 mins
All Genres: Horror
IMDB Rating: 3.6
Buried.com Rating: 4.6 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With I
MPAA Rating: R
Robert Hartford Davis
Patrick Macnee ...Derek Longbow
Johnny Sekka ...Bob Kirby
Alexander Davion ...Tony Seymore (as Alex Davion)
Peter Cushing ...Dr. Walter Goodrich
Edward Woodward ...Dr. Holstrom
Madeleine Hinde ...Penelope (as Madeline Hinde)
Patrick Mower ...Richard Fountain
Imogen Hassall ...Chriseis
William Mervyn ...Marc Honeydew
David Lodge ...Colonel
John Barron ...Diplomat
Valerie Van Ost ...Don's wife
Theo Moreos ...Mayor
Nick Pandelides ...Monk Superior
Andreas Potamitis ...Police Chief
Theodosia Elefthreadon ...Old Woman
Christos Eleftheniades ...Priest (as Christ Eleftheriades)
Francoise Pascal ...Girl At Orgy
Marianne Stone ...Cheerful Lady at Party
- Tony Seymore: Are you trying to tell me that a girl sucking blood from a man's neck can induce an orgasm?
- Although filmed in 1970, Incense For The Damned did not get a general cinema release until 1976, although it was given a few trade screen showings in 1972.
Director Robert Hartford-Davis refused to have anything to do with the film, stating that he did not believe it to be finished. The film was credited to Michael Burrowes.
Some long additional scenes of orgies played by a completely different group of actors were added in the French version of the film.
On several different-titled versions of the film ("Incense For The Damned", "The Pleasure Seekers" and perhaps others), there is no director credit. On others, direction is credited to Michael Burrowes, a pseudonym for Hartford-Davis.
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