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The House of Seven Corpses Vhs

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Item details

Condition
Good
Genre
Thrillers
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Movie/TV Title
The House of Seven Corpses
binding
VHS Tape
Format
VHS Tape
manufacturer
Jtc, Inc.
Publication Date
1995-05-31
Release Date
1993-09-28
Theatrical Release Date
1974-02-01
brand
Jtc, Inc.
ean
9786302938821
isbn
6302938821
ISBN-10
6302938821
Actor
John Ireland

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The House of Seven Corpses

Vintage VHS tape .

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Actor: John Ireland, Faith Domergue, John Carradine, Carole Wells, Charles Macaulay, Jerry Strickler, Ron Foreman, Dennis Record, Marty Hornstein, Charles Bail

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The old Beal mansion is famous for the mysterious deaths that befell all seven members of the Beal family there. Looking to cash in on the legend, schlock director Eric Hartman (John Ireland) and his crew rent the place in order to make a film about the infamous family. Everything goes fine until, when staging a black mass, the actors read incantations from "The Tibetan Book of the Dead." Zombies suddenly emerge from the cemetery in the backyard and begin killing off the crew one by one.