Bloodbath at the House of Death
Bloodbath at the House of Death ★★ 1985
Price and his compatriots fight a team of mad scientists in this parody of popular horror films. Fun to see Price spoofing his own genre; die-hard horror camp fans will be satisfied. Best line: “Wanna fork?” 92m/C VHS . GB Kenny Everett, Pamela Stephenson, Vincent Price, Gar-eth Hunt, Sheila Steafel, John Fortune, Graham Stark, Cleo Rocos; D: Ray Cameron; W: Ray Cameron, Barry Cryer; C: Brian West, Dusty Miller; M: Mark London, Mike Moran.
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