“Cranks up the groovy gothic atmosphere as characters lose themselves in cobwebbed corridors or nightmarish forests with tangled branches.” -- Andrew Pragasam, THE SPINNING IMAGE
One of the most effective combos of 1960s-style gothic horror and 1970s giallo, MURDER MANSION is finally available on screens again, after its vintage run as a late-nite TV and drive-in hit. On a dark and foggy night in the countryside, a group of apparent strangers find themselves stranded at a decrepit mansion. Fear mounts that the ghosts of the mansion have risen, especially when more bodies turn up . . . but is the explanation behind these ghastly events truly supernatural?