"This is a sleazy, head-spinning vortex that could easily pass as a lost Doris Wishman movie."
-- BLEEDING SKULL!
An interdimensional portal exists between Herk Harvey’s CARNIVAL OF SOULS and Doris Wishman’s BAD GIRLS GO TO HELL . . . and it’s called LOVE AFTER DEATH. This is the story of Montel -- a sexually frustrated creep who seeks revenge on his cheating wife after she accidentally buries him alive. Produced somewhere in South America and remixed for American audiences by New York producer Charles Abrams, LOVE AFTER DEATH is a joyously deranged gem that features equal doses of gothic horror, sleazy melodrama, and absurdist experimentation. After watching this movie, you’ll never look at Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Premature Burial” the same way again.