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This unnerving stalk 'n' slash horror offering marries religious mania to
-style voyeuristic repression. With a tagline that proclaims "It's a sickness of the soul!" and an opening in which a christening is cross-cut with a murder, it's clear that emotionally stunted Tony Beckley is not going to be fit to wear the policeman's uniform that he hides behind while pursuing his savage quest. However, it's only after his diabetic mother, played by Ann Todd, suffers under the manic hand of Bible-thumping Patrick Magee that Beckley demonstrates the full horror of his insanity. Sending a
chill through London's seedier streets, director Robert Hartford-Davis can't be accused of subtlety, but this is still a deeply disturbing film.
Drama about a family who find themselves gradually drawn into the deadly schemes of a mentally disturbed religious cult leader. Ronald Allen, Tony Beckley, Percy Herbert and Madeline Hind star.
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Contains violence, swearing, sex scenes and nudity.
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