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Before CARRIE... before PATRICK... there was Arnold.
Jim Hutton (Don t Be Afraid of the Dark) stars in his final feature film as Arnold Masters, a gentle recluse wrongfully convicted of murder and confined to a snake pit mental institution. When his elderly mother dies from neglect during his incarceration, Arnold devotes his hard time to mastering the voodoo art of astral projection... and remote control revenge. Death by concrete slab... by scalding shower... by meat slicer! No court could convict him because he was never there!
Sleazy, sordid, and filled with nudity and violence, this surreal oddity leaps from one bizarre setpiece to the next... - Mondo Digital
-New transfer from vault materials
-Features B-movie favorites like Creature from the Black Lagoon costars Julie Adams and Whit Bissell, Neville Brand (Eaten Alive), Paul Burke (Valley of the Dolls), Aldo Ray (Riot on Sunset Strip) and Della Reese (Touched By an Angel).
I always loved this slice of 70's sleaze about an ex-con (Jim Hutton, in his last acting role) who uses astral projection to get even with those he thinks are responsible for... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Fred Adelman
This is a review for the Dark Sky Films dvd. This DVD looks good and will probably never look better. Read morePublished 15 months ago by orvuus
Great movie, best of the "B"s. 1.85:1 aspect ratio.
Video is crisp and clean, colors good. As good as new commercial DVDs.
Audio is mono, but again, crisp and clean. Read more
Enraged over the death of his mother during his unwarranted imprisonment, a mama's boy with newly acquired psychic powers (Jim Hutton) wreaks revenge on those whom he holds... Read morePublished on June 5, 2010 by David Bonesteel
This film is awesome! The transfer is beautiful and it is everything I come to expect from a DarkSky release. Well worth the purchase!Published on April 23, 2009 by Bandit
this is a very creative b-movie i love the plot, the cast, and the musical death scene the actings great it never gets boring and the cover looks really cool i recommend this for... Read morePublished on February 15, 2007 by P. Valedon