The Headless Eyes

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The Headless Eyes (1971, USA) is a Horror film directed by Kent Bateman.


Main Details

  • Released in 1971
  • Color
  • Runtime: 78 min
  • Aspect Ratio: (1.85:1)
  • Rated: X
  • Production Co: Laviniaque Films
  • Distribution Co: J.E.R. Pictures (1972) (USA) (theatrical) | Cinema Shares International Distribution (????) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Kent Bateman
  • Written by Kent Bateman
  • Starring: Bo Brundin, Gordon Ramon, Kelley Swartz, Mary Jane Early, Larry Hunter
  • Produced by David Bowman, Henri Pachard (as Ronald Sullivan), Bayard Stevens, Chandler Warren

Also Known As

  • Headless Eyes (USA)


  • He's out there... out of sight, and out of his mind!


The film depicts an artist named Arthur Malcolm (Bo Brundin) who sneaks into a woman's bedroom and tries to steal the money off her nightstand to pay his rent. Mistaking thief for rapist, the woman pushes his eye out with a spoon from her evening tea and knocks him out the second-story window. After being gawked at with his eye dangling from his head and the ultimate loss of his eye, Arthur becomes a serial killer and uses his victims' eyes in his artwork. (Wikipedia)

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