Dementia 13

Dementia 13

Streaming Video - 1963
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John Haloran has a heart attack. His wife Louise won't get any of the inheritance from his mother's estate if he is dead, so she forges a letter from him to convince his family he's in NY on business to ensure a cut of the inheritance. His sister had also drowned and the family enacts a morbid ritual in remembrance.
Publisher: [United States] : Film Chest Media Group : Made available through hoopla, 1963
Branch Call Number: STREAMING VIDEO
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (ca. 75 min.)) : sd., col
Alternative Title: Dementia thirteen


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Feb 04, 2014

This cheap b&w horror movie is notable for being Francis Ford Coppola's mainstream debut (he worked on a few adult films). Produced by the great Roger Corman, this was filmed in Ireland and feels inspired both by "Psycho" and haunted house movies like "The Innocents" and "The Haunting." The acting is pretty bad, as is the script, but there are some good shots and creepy moments. The only actor I recognized was Patrick Magee, who would later be in "A Clockwork Orange." Interesting as the humble beginnings of the future director of "The Godfather" and "Apocalypse Now."


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