Sunday, April 22, 2012

BRITISH HORROR QUADRUPLE FEATURE

BRITISH HORROR QUADRUPLE FEATURE


Directed By: Peter Walker
Starring: Susan George, Leo Genn, Alan Curtis, Barbara Markham, Penny Irving, Sheila Keith, Rupert Davies, Leo Genn, Robin Askwith, Luan Peters, Candace Glendenning
Studio: Shriek Show

Four Movies In One Bloody-Good Collection!!

Frightmare
Dorothy and her husband Edmund have just been released from a mental institution after serving an 18-year sentence for murder and cannibalism. But have they been cured? The family's psychological ties run so deep that secrets are impossible to keep and fate is impossible to escape.

House of Whipcord
When a young model (Penny Irving) gets a mere slap on the wrist for public nudity, she's whisked away to the brutal House of Whipcord, a house of corrections for young women. Within these walls, it's three strikes and you're dead, unless you can find a way to escape!

The Flesh and Blood Show
A group of young actors take a job with a mysterious repertory company to improvise "The Flesh and Blood Show". In between impromptu outbursts of acting, some of the cast turns up missing while others turn up dead. There's a maniac on the loose who's out for flesh and blood!

Die Screaming Marianne
With the death of her mother, Marianne (Susan George, Straw Dogs) stands to inherit a rather substantial family fortune as soon as she turns 21. But her father, a corrupt judge, and her greedy sister have other plans. Will Marianne even live to see her 21st birthday?
 
1970, 1971, 1972, 1974  /  375 mins. / Horror / Color / Not Rated / 1.78:1, 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen / Region 1 / English Dolby Digital Mono and English Dolby Digital 5.1

SPECIAL FEATURES:
- Photo Galleries
- Original Trailers
- Interview With Pete Walker
- Audio Commentary With Pete Walker And Director Of Photography Peter Jessop Moderated by Biographer/Professor Steven Chibnall
- Audio Commentary With Pete Walker And English Gothic Author Jonathan Rigby
- Audio Commentary with Pete Walker and Biographer/Professor Steven Chibnall
- Film Notes

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