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Agoraphobic mystery novelist Lauren Cochran decides to leave the city in an attempt to cure her recent writer's block. She rents an old Victorian house in the quiet countryside, unaware of its shocking history. As those around her suffer increasingly violent deaths, Lauren begins to unravel the truth: the house was once an infamous brothel now haunted by the victims of a bloody massacre. Will her terrifying phobia allow her to escape from THE NESTING?
Also known as MASSACRE MANSION and PHOBIA, this eerie house of horrors was co-written, produced, and directed by notorious adult filmmaker Armand Weston, and stars Robin Groves (STEPHEN KING'S SILVER BULLET), John Carradine (SHOCK WAVES, THE HOWLING), and Academy Award(r) winner Gloria Grahame (THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, OKLAHOMA!) in her final film role. Long unavailable on home video, THE NESTING has been newly transferred in blood-curdling High Definition from the original camera negative!
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Good movie kinda slow .... Took me back to my childhood, scared me when I was a kid so was a great find and buy.Published 2 months ago by Christopher Flores
I would barely classify this as horror. It's a thriller at best but there's very little tension throughout the film. Read morePublished 3 months ago by xLaXome
VERY GOOD MOVIE FROM THE EARLY 80'S. YES,I WOULD RECOMNEND THIS MOVIE!!Published 13 months ago by Patricia Swiger
A tightly wound fiction writer with more issues than Vogue figures that moving into an abandoned mansion in the middle of the woods will help her write. Read morePublished 13 months ago by NiteFlight
This is a really good film, despite the reviewer that made weak points out of mole hills. If you're the type of viewer who needs the film to actually scrawl the date and time at... Read morePublished 15 months ago by tatdude
They don't make them like this anymore. Excellent supernatural horror flick that somehow got by me in the 70s. It was creepy, eerie and unpredictable... Read morePublished 21 months ago by PR GUY
I first watched this movie because of my interest in octagon houses back in the 80s. It was actually filmed at the famous Armour Stiner octagon house in Irvington New York. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Gibson Girl
I saw this movie with a friend at a Drive-in shortly before I left the Pacific Northwest in '82. I thought it was a good flick and earlier this year began a search for the title. Read morePublished on June 11, 2013 by Tom Brown