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Bloodbath At The House Of Death (1984)
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.
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
Director: Ray Cameron
Runtime: 88 mins
Codecs: XVid / MP3
Kenny Everitt was, in my eyes, one of the funniest and most original entertainers this world has ever seen. This film along with 'The adventures of kaptain Kreman' show but the tiniest portion of the mans talent. 'Blood bath at the house of death.' while remaining very British in some respects, I feel, allows Kenny Everitt's sense of humor to be enjoyed world-wide. We've all seen the movies this one lampoons, and it manages to do so, in an original way. I'll never look at a pie, in quite the same way again. OK the acting was never going to win any prizes, but it's not suppose to. Just take a look at the sort of films it portrays, you won't see much acting ability there and Kenny knew that. Kenny Everitt ,Vincent Price and Brian Glover how much talent can you squeeze into a spoof?
Play "spot-the-movie" in this comedy which features allusions to Carrie, Close Encounters, The Invisible man, Jaws, Rocky Horror Picture Show and many more. Sing the inventory of killings at the "House of Death" to "The 12 Days of Christmas". Don't expect a great plot or serious social commentary because this spoof isn't that kind of film. If you just want to veg out and relax you can try to guess who will die next -- and how.
This film had me re-winding and watching again and again years ago. Been a few years since I've seen it, and I still look for my chance!
Kenny Everett (sadly missed) brought his own brand of humour to the screen and it is seen best in this film. Supported well (by Vincent Price to name but one), he pulls a somewhat limited script out of the satanical ashes and keeps you laughing, not to mention groaning.
A comedy of the time, this film is more of a cult "do you remember?" than a film for anyone, but it's worth a look.