Rating: 5 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 12/13/2020
A young woman arrives at her grandmother’s house, which used to be a funeral home, to help her turn the place into a bed-and-breakfast inn. After they open, however, guests begin disappearing or turning up dead.
Rated R | Length 93 minutes
Alf Humphreys | Stephen E. Miller | Robert Warner | Kay Hawtrey | Barry Morse | Harvey Atkin | Jack Van Evera | Christopher Crabb | Bill Lake | Barbara Wheeldon | Gerard Jordan | Robert Craigs | Peggy Mahon | Paul Hubbard | Lesleh Donaldson | Dean Garbett | Les Rubie | Doris Petrie | Brett Matthew Davidson | Linda Dalby | Eleanor Beecroft | James Crammond | Ronald Reece | Terry Harford | Peter Sturgess | Barry Allen | Allison Fruet | Brett McAdams | Janice Pinke | Edith Bolsover | Donald Saunders | Kate McDonald | Don Brennan | Robert Gatrell | Kenneth Garland | William Roth
Finally got around to watching something from the White Slaves of Chinatown YouTube channel. This is an odd little Canuxploitation film with a fun performance by Canadian character actor Kay Hawtrey (who was in VIDEODROME!). She’s done a ton of TV movies and series.
If this were American made there’d be a lot more bloodshed and nudity; as it is, it’s pretty tame. This would be ripe for a remake though.