There was a kid in my school who was a right hell raiser. Every second Tuesday of the month, he would stab a goat in the eye and then try to raise the dead with a mystical chant. But then again he did have a very bad stutter, so I could be mistaken don't you know. Unlike the Director of this film: Clive Barker; and Actors: Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins, Ashley Laurence, and Sean Chapman. It was made in 1987, and lasts for 94 minutes.
Now what would you do for love? Would you be like
goggle-eyed businessman, Larry Cotton (Andrew Robinson), and move into your
derelict parental home with your second-wife, Julia (Clare Higgins)? Or would
you be like Julia, and lure unsuspected lotharios back to your home, just so
that your one-time lover -- plus Larry's brother -- Frank Cotton (Sean Chapman),
can reanimate his dishevelled frame with their blood?
Yes. I am afraid to say this is one of those tales.
You see, Frank is what I would call a 'wild card' by nature.
And, by whim of fate, he has tricked his way into hell with the use of a puzzle
box, before tricking his way out again, with cunning and guile. However, now
back on the mortal plane again, he is in dire need to become the man he once was.
Therefore, Frank manages to persuade Julia to find a 'victim', take this
'victim' to where his is staying in his brother's attic, so that he can kill
this 'victim' and replenish his precious bodily fluids and become a brand new
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