From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Meatcleaver Massacre (1977, USA) is a Slasher film directed by Evan Lee.
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- Released in 1977
- Runtime: 85 min
- Rated: R
- Distribution Co.: Group 1 International Distribution Organization Ltd. (1977) (USA) (theatrical)
- Directed by Evan Lee
- Written by Keith Burns, Ray Atherton, Miklos Gyulai, Steve Singer
- Starring: Christopher Lee (as Narrator), Larry Justin, J. Arthur Craig, James Habif, Robert Clark, Doug Senior, Bob Mead, Alisa Beaton
- Produced by Ray Atherton, Julie Ellen Fine, Mark L. Rosen
- Original Music by Joe Azarello, Gary Ray, Ed Scannell, Steve Singer, Jay Stewart
- Cinematography by Guerdon Trueblood, Roy H. Wagner
- Film Editing by Jim Bryan, Miklos Gyulai
- When a professor specializing in ancient rites and rituals is attacked and his family killed by four of his students, he summons an evil spirit to hunt down the attackers and avenge his family.
Also Known As
- El Poder De Lo Oculto (Venezuela)
- Evil Force (UK video title)
- Morak - Il Potere Dell'Occulto (Italy)
- Revenge of the Dead
- The Hollywood Meatcleaver Massacre (Canada)
- Four crazed killers, butchered his wife, son and daughter. From his hospital deathbed he called upon the power of the occult for revenge... And he got it, he really got it!
- They paid for their crimes in... BLOOD!
- An occult film so terrifying it will never be shown on TV!