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« on: December 18, 2008, 05:58:08 PM »

Amando de Ossorio's fourth and final Blind Dead picture.
This time the horror has taken up residents in a fishing village where the inhabitants sacrifice their daughters by chaining them to boulders next to the ocean. The Templers then wisk the young women away to their seaside castle where they mutiliate their bodies and feed the remains to crabs.

Not exactly engaging but after coming off of the awful third movie anything is an improvement.
I like the crab sequences. Those actresses must have had balls of steel to lay down while (Live!) large crabs crawl right by their exposed faces. I have a feeling the crabs were drugged though. Their movements seem a little sluggish... and hell, it was the 70's... maybe the chicks were drugged to!

This ranks third best in the series.


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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2008, 06:11:16 PM »

I first saw this in a cut form from Sony entitled NIGHT OF THE DEATH CULT. The film print itself bore the SEAGULLS title onscreen, but for the purposes of selling the film, the video box art was altered to the other title. A disclaimer stating this appears before the movie starts. Seeing the movie on DVD was a marked improvement from its VHS days.

John Gilling's rare horror film CROSS OF THE DEVIL dealt with the Templars, too. Jess Franco also used the Templars in one of his porno hackjobs, MANSION OF THE LIVING DEAD.


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