From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Frightmare (1974, UK) is a Horror film directed by Pete Walker.
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- Released in 1974
- Black and White / Color
- Runtime: 83 min (PAL) / 88 min (NTSC)
- Aspect Ratio: (1.37:1)
- Rated: R
- Production Co: Peter Walker (Heritage) Ltd.
- Distribution Co: Miracle (1974) (UK) (theatrical), Ellman Film Enterprises (1975) (USA) (theatrical)
- Directed by Pete Walker
- Written by David McGillivray, Pete Walker
- Starring Rupert Davies, Sheila Keith, Deborah Fairfax, Paul Greenwood, Kim Butcher, Fiona Curzon
- Produced by Tony Tenser, Pete Walker
- Original Music by Stanley Myers
- Cinematography by Peter Jessop
- Film Editing by Robert C. Dearberg
- After escaping a death sentence for her hideous crimes, a seemingly rehabilitated woman settles in an isolated farmhouse with her husband, only to ache, once more, for blood, and a crash-course in surgery. Is, indeed, her old self back?
Also Known As
- Cover Up (USA)
- Frightmare 2 (USA)
- Frightmare - Der Alptraum (Germany)
- Nero criminale - le belve sono tra noi (Italy)
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