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Susan Nomed (Bobbie Bresee) was ten when her mother died. Now thirty, blonde and beautiful, she is heiress to the family fortune. But for the women of the Nomed family there is another legacy that no one wants to remember, an ancient and evil curse
Possessed by powers that overtake her, Susan s life becomes a nightmare of lust, terror and murder until even her husband finds himself confronting the face of evil. Only one person can help her cast away the evil, but he will have to face the prince of darkness to free Susan from the grip of Satan.
A young woman (Donna Wilkes ANGEL) witnesses the murder of a hospital attendant by a psychopath during his escape from a mental institution. The young woman, who once was given a blood transfusion from the killer, is his next victim. Also starring Frankie Avalon, Annette Bower and Richard Jaeckel (GRIZZLY, MAKO JAWS OF DEATH).
one of my best horror movies ever been searching for this one a long timePublished 26 days ago by Isaac Irvin
Ignore the reviews that want everything in the crisp, clean "digital age". These are 80's flick, they look better grainy, dark and obscure. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Bartok Kinski
I have been debating whether or not to purchase this double feature for over a year. Based on reviews from other Amazon buyers I put off buying this until recently. Read morePublished on July 10, 2013 by Justin M.
This movies is a must have. I have searched and waited until the Mausoleum came to DVD. I really enjoyed the commentary with the main star. Read morePublished on March 31, 2010 by Socrates
Hey - they are "B" movies right? Well, what fun they were to watch. Frankie Avalon as a psycho killer? Yeah - goodbye Annette Fun-o-cello. These movies rock.Published on March 13, 2010 by Hedda Martin
"Mausoleum" is one of those 1980's flicks that I have been waiting to hit DVD. It was one of those films I remember seeing advertised as a kid that really caught my attention. Read morePublished on April 20, 2009 by David Girod
Don't purchase this DVD. The DVD quality is worser than the VHS copy. I'm dead serious. I have a VHS copy of Mausoleum and it has a much better picture quality than this mediocre... Read morePublished on November 5, 2008 by Tony Q. Nguyen