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Royal ancestors feel the wrath of the curse of the condemned witch Mad Dolly, who spews forth her prophecy while she is burned at the stake. The victims suffer death by having their heads removed in various fashions, getting their limbs caught in animal traps, knife wounds, and other methods of medieval torture.
Have You Ever Felt An Evil Presence All Around You ... ?
Release Date: October 26, 1979
Runtime: 87 mins
All Genres: Horror
IMDB Rating: 4.9
Buried.com Rating: 5.9 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With T
MPAA Rating: R
Norman J. Warren
John Nolan ...James Garrick
Carolyn Courage ...Ann Garrick
James Aubrey ...Philip
Sarah Keller ...Suzy
Tricia Walsh ...Viv
Glynis Barber ...Carol Tucker
Michael Craze ...Gary
Rose Collins ...Diane (as Rosie Collins)
Chuck Julian ...Phil the Greek
Elaine Ives Cameron ...Dolores Hamilton
Patti Love ...Hannah
Mary Maude ...Lady Garrick
William Russell ...Lord Garrick
Peter Craze ...The Director
Peter Atard ...Curtis the Actor (also as Peter Atiard) (as...
Peter Sproule ...Policeman
Colin Howells ...Detective
Peter Mayhew ...The Mechanic
Milton Reid ...Club Bouncer
Joseph Dunlop ...Villager
Roy Evans ...Villager
Tony Rohr ...Villager
John Rapley ...Priest
Steve Emerson ...Burning Man
David McGillivray ...T.V. Reporter (also as David Mc.Gillivray)
Ben Levine ...Man in Club
Tanya Ferova ...Stripper (as Tanya Ferowa)
L.E. Mack ...Mad Dolly
Mike O'Malley ...Club Barman
Robert Conway ...Party Guest
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More Movie Taglines:
- Have You Ever Felt An Evil Presence All Around You ... ?
- One Step beyond horror...
- It was buried a hundred years ... but never laid to rest!
- In the scene in the deserted film studio, where Philip is attacked by movie paraphernalia, the film stock is actually nine damaged prints of Saturday Night Fever (1977), obtained from Rank Laboratories.
Michael Craze, who plays Gary, was originally going to play a leading role but had an epilepsy seizure during the shoot and was told he couldn't work during that time. Director Norman J. Warren ended up getting James Aubrey to taken over Craze's scenes.
Posters for director Norman J. Warren's previous film, Satan's Slave (1976), and Thriller - en grym film (1974) are visible in James' office.
David McGillivray who wrote the screenplay has minor role as a TV reporter.
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Rating: 5.9 out of 10.0 - 66 votes cast total