Two grimy, low-rent, regional sleaze-fests guaranteed to leave even the most jaded genre film fans scratching their heads in disbelief.
THE DUNGEON OF HARROW (1962):
This lurid Texas shot gem, in the vein of Corman's THE TERROR, follows two survivors of a shipwreck as they find themselves trapped on a remote island, run by a mad baron keen on torture.
87 minutes | Color | AR 1.85:1
DEATH BY INVITATION (1971):
One of producer Leonard Kirtman's odd ventures into horror filmmaking, 'Death' is an effectively gritty tale of 20th century witchery toped off with a pleasant touch of psychedelia.
81 minutes | Color | AR 1.85:1
- Dual Layer DVD-9 | Region Free | 16:9 Anamorphic | 1.85:1 AR | MONO
- 2k scan from archival film elements
- Commentary track by The Hysteria Continues for DBI