DIRECTOR: William Fruet (Search & Destroy, Spasms)

STARS: Kay Hawtry (Videodrome, High Ballin'), Lesleh Donaldson (Happy Birthday to Me, Curtains), Stephen Miller (The Stepfather, Blackout), Alf Humphreys (First Blood, My Bloody Valentine), Barry Morse (Murder by Phone)

SYNOPSIS: Genuinely creepy 80's horror set in an old funeral home. A young girl travels to stay with her kindly grandmother who lives in a giant gothic house that used to be a funeral home but has been converted to a bed and breakfast. Not long after she arrives weird things begin to happen. The old "strange noises in the night" kind. Some of the B&B guests don't make it home alive. One oversexed couple in a car gets pushed to a watery grave in the old quarry. The best is when the girl starts investigating the basement of the old house. Great set design with cobwebs, creaky old boards, funeral house equipment and maybe even a corpse or two. This one reminded me a little of another horror favorite: Silent Scream. Like that film it favors atmosphere and suspense over any explicit blood and guts - although the demise of the dimwitted handy man is pretty gruesome. Recommended. Avoid the poor quality budget dvd release.

Bonus: Original video trailer

*For more see:
Friday the 13th: The Orphan, Home Sweet Home, Mongrel, The Black Room and Crazed / My Brother has Bad Dreams

Fullscreen / Color

Region Free NTSC dvd-R

GREEN dvd case (above image is the front cover art)

Buy "Funeral Home" : $20.00

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