Robert Vaughn, Donald Pleasence
, Karen Witter, John Carradine
 Cliche ridden
Edgar Allen Poe adaption - you can tell because there's a black cat in
every other frame - seems like a cross between Suspiria (lots of insects and a girls' school) and Reform School Girls (they're naughty bimbos). Someone is doing nasty things to the inhabitants and Pleasence wanders round saying things like "Yvonne sees reality as a warped rejection of her own super-ego" and "Who's to say they are dead? There are many different levels of existence". A film with all the problems of Argento movies and none of the benefits, this is a distinct disappointment from the director of Edge of Sanity - despite the first ever food-mixer scalping.