Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984) 1080p YIFY Movie

Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984) 1080p

Six scientists investigate a strange phenomenon at the creepy Headstone Manor, the site of a mysterious massacre years earlier that took the lives of 18 guests in one night. It turns out that the house is the place of a Satanic cult led by a sinister monk who plans to kill the scientists who are inhabiting this house of Satan. —Anonymous

IMDB: 5.10 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.53G
  • Resolution: 1920*1072 / 24 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 92
  • IMDB Rating: 5.1/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 13

The Synopsis for Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984) 1080p

Six scientists investigate a strange phenomenon at the creepy Headstone Manor, the site of a mysterious massacre years earlier that took the lives of 18 guests in one night. It turns out that the house is the place of a Satanic cult led by a sinister monk who plans to kill the scientists who are inhabiting this house of Satan. —Anonymous


The Director and Players for Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984) 1080p

[Director]Ray Cameron
[Role:]Pamela Stephenson
[Role:]Vincent Price
[Role:]Kenny Everett


The Reviews for Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984) 1080p


Not quite a bloodbath or a laugh-fest; but fun enoughReviewed byThe_VoidVote: 7/10

This completely bizarre horror-comedy is notable for a few reasons; mostly due to the fact that it features a late performance from the great Vincent Price and because it stars British comedian Kenny Everett. The humour is something of a mixed bag, as the film attempts to get laughs from a range of places; and doesn't always succeed. Some of the humour is absolutely pitch black to the point where I wasn't sure if I was supposed to laugh or not, while other areas of the movie are really stupid and overall, not much of it fits together nicely. The film does manage a few moments of hilarity, however, most notably the discussions about the deaths at the central location in a local pub and a great scene that sees Kenny Everett's doctor operating on a patient. The plot follows a group of scientists that travel to a house known as 'Headstone Manor', which is infamous for the savage murders that took place there some years earlier. The house is also inhabited by a group of satanic monks that won't sleep until they have purged the house of its unwelcome guests.

As you would expect; the film is at it's strongest during the scenes that include the great Vincent Price, but this is also one of the problems as there aren't enough of them. I don't know if director Ray Cameron simply couldn't afford to have Price in the film more, but Bloodbath at the House of Death would have been a better film if he could. Kenny Everett manages to keep things ticking over when Price isn't around, however, and the comedian does well in providing the film with most of its laughs. I'm not sure how into horror the director and lead star are as the film is mostly played out for laughs; but there is time to include some delicious horror elements. The central location is a nice play on the common 'haunted house' theme, and the house itself is dark, ominous and features numerous rooms. For a film with the word 'Bloodbath' in the title, there isn't a lot of gore; and this is slightly disappointing after the first sequence, which features a fair amount of it. Overall, this is undoubtedly a disjointed effort and not everything works, but it's a fun film and things such as the nods to classic films like Star Wars and The Evil Dead are nice.

It's all done in the worst possible way.Reviewed byBA_HarrisonVote: 7/10

Until now, I had 2009's Lesbian Vampire Killers down as the worst British comedy/horror film to feature home-grown TV 'talent', but I'd forgotten all about this absolute travesty from '84. Starring ex-Radio One disc-jockey turned TV superstar Kenny Everett in his one-and-only feature film role, plus a host of other familiar faces from British TV during the 70s and 80s, the film is a laugh-free zone from start to finish, the puerile script by seasoned TV gag-writer Barry Cryer featuring lame jokes that make even his worst material for Russ Abbot and Jim Davidson look like comedy genius by comparison, and the performances ranging from the perfunctory (Vincent Price) to the downright abysmal (Everett's TV co-star Cleo Rocos).

Given star Everett's trademark zaniness, Bloodbath at the House of Death could (and should) have been a hilarious exercise in excess, the move to the big screen allowing the star to be crazier, bawdier and more outrageous than ever before, and yet there is a frustratingly restrained feel about the whole film; true, there are a few surprisingly graphic deaths involving some cartoonish gore (which even earned the film an 18 certificate!), but the majority of the gags are tired, dumb, predictable and irritatingly scatter-shot, desperately parodying everything from Jaws and the Exorcist to ET and Star Wars in the fruitless search for laughs.

A complete failure despite its potentialReviewed byTheLittleSongbirdVote: 3/10

Bloodbath at the House of Death did have a lot of potential, a talented cast and writer and a great title being the starting points. But the execution undermines this, so in the end Bloodbath at the House of Death is a failure. It is not without redeeming merits though, the film is not badly made, Vincent Price while underused looks and sounds as though he is thoroughly enjoying himself and the Can Opener and toilet scenes are very effective. However, I just didn't find Bloodbath at the House of Death all that funny or horrifying. I do love comedy and I don't mind it when it is stupid and rude, but I've never liked it all that much when it's distasteful. And Bloodbath at the House of Death showed great distaste, the toilet humour is utterly infantile and the innuendos are incredibly smutty making the worst Carry On movie(the later entries had a lot of smut) seem tame. The dialogue is similarly unfunny, crude and somewhat stilted too, I even questioned whether Bary Cryer actually had anything to do with the writing at all. The story is very thin structurally and doesn't make any sense at all. I got the parodies but with two exceptions they seemed randomly strung together(and that is pretty much what the story was) and were too predictable and badly written to have any kind of impact. The ET parody was also rendered cheaply. The direction was leaden, and the entire cast were wasted. Only Price was good and even he deserved much better. Kenny Everett was very talented and evidently does try very hard but the quality of the humour here disallowed him to do anything interesting or fun with what he has. The rest of the cast don't make any kind of impression. All in all, a embarrassing failure for all involved. 3/10 Bethany Cox

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