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Horror Hospital

3.8 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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The ultimate 70s UK horror comedy is back like you ve never seen it before! Legendary British actor Michael Gough Alfred in the BATMAN movies stars as Dr. Storm, the depraved proprietor of a health hotel in the English countryside. But when a burned-out rocker (Robin Askwith of CONFESSIONS OF A WINDOW CLEANER fame) and his sexy new girlfriend arrive for a relaxing vacation, they ll instead become trapped in a nightmare of psycho bikers, cheeky dwarves, rampant decapitations, gratuitous nudity, lethal luxury sedans and a diabolical plan to create a slave army of lobotomized zombies. Skip Martin (VAMPIRE CIRCUS) and Dennis Price (THEATER OF BLOOD) co-star in this bloody/campy cult favorite from writer/director Antony Balch, now transferred in HD from the original 35mm camera negative and featuring a revealing new commentary with producer Richard Gordon.

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  • Actors: Michael Gough, Robin Askwith
  • Directors: Anthony Balch
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Dark Sky Films
  • DVD Release Date: June 15, 2010
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003CJXJ90
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,350 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Horror Hospital" on IMDb

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By Jeffrey Leach HALL OF FAME on January 29, 2004
Format: DVD
Take one part Woodstock, one part funky psychedelic music, two parts skintight jeans and "Right on, man," mix thoroughly, smother the whole thing in cheese, and you have the makings of the 1973 camp classic "Horror Hospital." Made by director Antony Balch on an obviously shoestring budget (and probably as an enormously sick joke), "Horror Hospital" ranks as one of the funniest films masquerading as a horror movie I have seen in some time. Personally, I suspect Balch and his compatriots actually got the idea for this quirky schlockfest when they attended Woodstock and accidentally ingested the brown blotter. For all I know, maybe a biker rapped Balch over the head with a blackjack at Altamont. Whatever the case, only a severe trauma to the cranium could instill such a warped idea as "Horror Hospital" in the human brain. It is a great shame more fans of the genre don't know about this movie. This film is great fun for those willing to put their mind on hold for a couple of hours.
What you have in "Horror Hospital" is some nut case, a Doctor Christian Storm (Michael Gough), running an asylum out in the sticks where he performs weird experiments on hippies. His latest would be victim, Jason Jones, heads to Storm's hospital under false pretenses. After suffering a beating from a rock band at a local club, Jones decides he needs a vacation from the rigors of urban hippie life. After a decidedly uncomfortable meeting with an effeminate travel agent, Jones heads off on holiday with bell-bottoms and unkempt hair firmly in place. Little does he know that this agent is in league with the nefarious Doc Storm and his evil minions.
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I love "B" horror flicks. I must confess. And when I saw this, my thirst for the true art form of "B" movies was sated. It was wonderfully done, and the silly putty monster was the greatest part of it all. This movie has it all from midgets to an "evil genius" and a ketchuppy substance that almost resembles fake blood. The dialogue is a bit lacking, but that adds even more to the ambiance of the picture. A fun time, and great for those of you that love campy horror movies.
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If anything Horror Hospital (1975)...I think the original, British release date was 1973, with the American theatrical release date following two years later...has one of the most captivating, or should I say de-captivating...scratch that...decapitating, yes, that it...decapitating opening sequences in a film I've seen in a long time. To say anymore would ruin it, so I'll leave it at that (make sure you check out that pimpy hat worn by Gough...stylin'!)...but I will say the film effectively shoots its load with this sequence, taking a downward turn into a morass of mediocrity punctuated by flashes of the bizarre and genuinely odd. If ever the term `psychotronic' was applicable to a film, this be it...co-written and directed by Anthony Balch (as I write this, he's listed on the IMDb website as Antony), the film stars Michael Gough, whom I couldn't place right away, but he looked so familiar...and then I read another review on here pinpointing him as the Alfred character in the Tim Burton Batman movies...how could I have not recognized him more quickly? I'm getting daft in my old age...anyway, starring alongside of Gough is Robin Askwith, whom I did recognize from films like Tower of Evil (1972) and his later roles in the Brit sex comedies Confessions of a Window Cleaner (1974), Confessions of a Pop Performer (1975), and Confessions of a Driving Instructor (1976), most of which I've seen on Cinemax back in the 80's (when I had de cable). Also appearing is Vanessa Shaw, Ellen Pollock (So Evil, So Young), Dennis Price (Theatre of Blood), Kurt Christian (The Golden Voyage of Sinbad), and the diminutive in size (but not in spirit) Skip Martin (Circus of Fear, Vampire Circus, Son of Dracula).Read more ›
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What can I said I was truly surprised by this film how did it come out and never seen it.a truly good film if your a total horror movie fan the dvd came just as promised loved this film from.car that beheads people tryin to escape to an evil dwarf one of my fsvorite cheesey horror films and proud to. Have it in my ever growing collection
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Got problems? Feeling run-down and out of sorts? Well, a nice stay at Brittlehouse Manor will fix you right up! Doctor Storm (Michael Gough) along with his teeny tiny henchman, Frederick (Skip Martin) and his nefarious nurse (Ellen Pollock), will get you straightened out. Of course, you must not question their methods. What? You don't like being lobotomized? Scalpals make you queazy? Come on now, you simply must get over these irrational fears and hang-ups! Allow the doctor to work his magic, and join his growing legion of zombie slaves! It's all good therapy. Do watch out for the mysterious, murderous, pink goo-man though! He's bloody dangerous! HORROR HOSPITAL is packed w/ enough insane idiocy to keep any schlock-maniac as happy as a termite in a woodpile. Decapitations! Nudity! Mad science! Hippies! And so much more! Buy immediately...
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