Except for about 5 minutes of film time, this isn't it. Founded in 1958, it was originally known as Nazarene Information Services. Susan visits a shopping mall alone, and steals an abstract painting from an art gallery. Andrews retrieves a from the Nomed family mausoleum, which, according to Susan's grandfather's journal, will expel the demon. Considering the entire production revolves around the antics of the ghoulies themselves, the alleged puppetry involved is laughable -- the inarticulate puppets do little more than open drooling mouths full of pointy teeth before offscreen stagehands fling them at the heads of cast members. The encounter results in Susan falling under the influence of an ancestral connected to her family lineage.
All you see is her full nudity. Oliver returns shortly after, and Susan tells him she gave Ben the night off from work. After the funeral, Susan flees into the family's mausoleum and witnesses a demonic supernatural force that kills a vagrant in the cemetery. Suddenly, Susan is seducing men on the one hand and slaughtering them on the other as her eyes glow sickly green and she morphs back and forth between hideous demon and hot blonde with nice tits. But, then again, why bother? Twenty years later, Cora worries about Susan, now thirty and married, on the anniversary of her mother's death.
Andrews, alarmed, claiming to have seen Susan in a disfigured state. That night, Oliver returns home and finds blood smeared on the kitchen telephone. Yes, the sound and picture quality of this is really old, but some of us like that early 80's horror film. I really like creepy, atmospheric horror movies. They will be housed with the rest of Bresee's handwritten letters already in the archives. So, was this film worth the wait? This is one of those occasions where a everything about a film, including its faults, are the reason why I totally dig it.
Even her otherwise happily-married husband, played by Marjoe Gortner, meets his bloody demise at Susan's hands which is too bad because Marjoe plays the only likable character in the film. She seduces their landscaper, Ben, before killing him with a hand rake. He lived in a series of Methodist parsonages in Iowa and California from 1857 to 1895, but when his Nazarene years began, he and his wife, Maria, moved into the home of their son, Paul, where they became part of a three-generational household. Susan causes Cora to over the staircase before breaking open her chest. It was subsequently released on by. That's it, that's the whole show.
Meanwhile, Andrews and Logan begin researching , convinced that Susan's problem is supernatural and beyond the help of medicine. Even by 80's standards, this movie doesn't offer much in the way of horror, and only a couple of scenes with a marginal amount of blood. Inexplicably skipping ahead twenty years, we find Susan is now a happily-married woman. Again, this video looks like it was transferred straight off of a grindhouse reel, it's in that sort of condition. The sermon manuscripts will be microfilmed first and then digitized.
No real plot, no character development, no redeeming social value. As they drive away, the gravekeeper laughs maniacally. Running time 96 minutes Country United States Language English Mausoleum is a 1983 American directed by Michael Dugan and starring Bobbie Bresee, , , and. Susan and her husband Oliver go out for dinner that night, and Susan is attacked by a drunk patron outside. I have been looking for this movie for years and was excited to see it on Prime.
Hopefully during a thunderstorm with fog. The image, presented in 1. The film was released theatrically in the United States in the spring of 1983, and later won the Special Jury Prize at the 13th Paris Film Festival of Sci-Fi and Fantasy Films in December that year. The film's main points of interest lie with the supporting cast, which includes Bobbi Bresee as a supernatural seductress sporting an eight-foot tongue! The Bresee family retained the sermon manuscripts until this year. Still, it's watchable at least once, but do it at night.
I saw this in the theater back when I was a teenager. I thought Bobbi Bresee Evil Spawn did a great performance. Somehow, this became one of Empire's top moneymakers, spawning no less than three sequels. Frank also appeared on many other old time radio shows, too numerous to mention here. Disturbed, Andrews consults his colleague, Dr.