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The movie is a pretty good Britt Horror with some decent effects in it.
Once on the island, the team becomes isolated from the mainland and is stalked by an elusive 'presence' which picks them off one by one.
Often they'd go off alone, or decide to split up from a larger group, just begging to get killed.
Love the movie! It was just the way I remembered it as a kid.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
I originally saw this film in a U.S. theater under the title HORROR ON SNAPE ISLAND and always enjoyed watching this horror film about a bunch of people trapped on an island with a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Fred Adelman
IT WASN,T THAT SCARY, I SEEN SO MANY HORROR FILMS THAT WHERE SIMILIAR TO TOWER OF EVIL,BUT IT WAS O.K.I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE MORE SCHOCKING.Published 14 months ago by Michael Barrios
Back in 1981, I was fourteen and already in love with horror movies, though I had to resort to the get-an-adult-stranger-to-buy-you-a-ticket technique when it was rated "R. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Alan D. Bazin
Blu-ray looks good for it's age. The movie is a pretty good Britt Horror with some decent effects in it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by M. Bartel
This creepy and effective horror film set on a desolate foggy island delivers many haunting moments of atmosphere and gruesome murders. The aspect ratio is 1. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Filip R
Not sure whatever became of Elite Entertainment but thanks to them, this pretty rare film is preserved in a nice widescreen DVD, for curious horror fans like myself to... Read morePublished on May 6, 2012 by M. Johnson
If you like those early 70's British horror movies I think that you will like this one.
Made in 72' A group of people find out that there is an ancient relic on this island. Read more
Tower of Evil (Jim O'Connolly, 1972)
Schlockmeister Jim O'Connolly made some of the most endearingly awful films in British cinema history, and oh, my, the casts he was... Read more