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.
Director: Pat Boyette
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.
Director: Ken Friedman
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
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