Frightmare

Shriek Show   (1974) / Region 1
Review
Wishlist
Frightmare Movie
AdultDVDEmpire Unlimited image
Sign In to hide.

DVD
Free Shipping
Orders of $25.00 or more will be shipped our Standard Shipping option and the shipping is completely FREE. Learn more

Buy DVD
Unavailable
Notify Me

Additional DVD Versions

Additional Blu-ray Versions

Sell

Sell Your Copy Sell Yours

What Terrifying Craving Made Her Kill... And Kill... And Kill...

Dorothy Yates (Sheila Keith), along with her husband Edmund (Rupert Davies), have just been released from a mental institution after serving an eighteen-year sentence for murder and cannibalism. But have they been cured? Despite a fresh start in an isolated country house, it would appear that bloodlust has no cure. As victims keep piling up, daughter Jackie tries to keep it all quiet and shield their impressionable younger daughter Debbie from the family's true nature. But the family's psychological ties run so deep that secrets are impossible to keep and fate is impossible to escape.

From British horror specialist Pete Walker (House Of Whipcord, The Confessional), Frightmare is a disturbing classic and a must-have for any horror fan.

Details

  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Mar 24 2006
  • Production Year 1974
  • Empire SKU 1061517
  • UPC Code 631595061598
  • Studio  Shriek Show
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-DL

Features

Photo Gallery
Original Trailer
Audio Commentary With Pete Walker And Director Of Photography Peter Jessop Moderated By Biographer/Professor Steven Chibnall

Audio/Video

  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital 5.1
    English Dolby Digital Mono
  • Video
    Widescreen 1.85:1 Color (Anamorphic)

Rate "Frightmare"

Film


Features


Audio


Video


Alias (Please choose an alias)


Email Address:


One Line Summary of Review:


Review (maximum of 1,000 words, no HTML tags)

All submitted comments become the sole property of DVD Empire. DVD Empire reserves the right to not post this comment for any reason. Submit Rating

Reviews for "Frightmare"