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A horror classic finally remastered in HD! Tower of Evil is set in a deserted lighthouse on fog-shrouded
Snape Island. A nude, crazed woman slaughters a sailor and when she is found to possess an ancient relic, an expedition is mounted to solve a series of psycho-sexual murders. Stars Jill Haworth, Bryant Haliday, Dennis Price and George Coulouris.

studio:
Screenbound
Run Time:
90 mins approx.
Director:
Jim O'Connolly
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Anna Palk

Jill Haworth

Bryant Haliday
Theatrical Release Year:
2015
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
Free

Tower of Evil (Blu-ray)

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Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture

A horror classic finally remastered in HD! Tower of Evil is set in a deserted lighthouse on fog-shrouded
Snape Island. A nude, crazed woman slaughters a sailor and when she is found to possess an ancient relic, an expedition is mounted to solve a series of psycho-sexual murders. Stars Jill Haworth, Bryant Haliday, Dennis Price and George Coulouris.

studio:
Screenbound
Run Time:
90 mins approx.
Director:
Jim O'Connolly
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Anna Palk

Jill Haworth

Bryant Haliday
Theatrical Release Year:
2015
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
Free

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70's British horror

Infamous British horror film from 1972 gets its best release to date in Odeon's blu-ray. Featuring wonderfully moody cinematography and a cast of well known British character players, the film is surprisingly raw and vicious for the period, and above all, a barrel of fun.