A woman who works at a nightclub discovers she will inherit a fortune if she spends three nights in the house with the other heirs. She discovers that someone is trying to knock her off.
It's a Mexican Old Dark House movie! And I have to admit I actually giggled quite a few times, though I can't guarantee that the translation was accurate; at any rate, I enjoyed this one. It features one of the surliest housekeepers I've ever seen in a movie (one of her lines "The only important date is the date we keep with death."), one of the stupidest detectives, and a passel of the most unrepentant greedy relatives I've ever seen in a movie of this type. One of the strangest moments in this movie comes during the opening credits; despite the cheery comedy music that is playing, all the credits are in typical K. Gordon Murray Mexican horror movie font; if you've seen enough of the movies he brought us, you'll probably know what I'm talking about. At any rate, the font is definitely at odds with the music.
Directed by Miguel M. Delgado / Black and White / 92 minutes / iPod-ready MP4 file / Includes bonus short subject, "Abbott and Costello Meet the Creature from the Black Lagoon"