The Horror Of It All

  • 1964
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy, Mystery

Boone stars as an American who travels to England to ask permission to marry one of an eccentric British family's daughters, Rogers. While he's there he discovers family member Dyall talks like Bela Lugosi, Melly thinks she's a vampire, Duncan is kept locked in a padded cell, Bligh is excited over his invention of the horseless carriage (about 50 years...read more

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Boone stars as an American who travels to England to ask permission to marry one of an eccentric British family's daughters, Rogers. While he's there he discovers family member Dyall talks like Bela Lugosi, Melly thinks she's a vampire, Duncan is kept locked in a padded cell, Bligh is

excited over his invention of the horseless carriage (about 50 years too late), and Chitty, the grandfather of the clan, reads Playboy on his deathbed. (Writer Russell was Hugh Hefner's first editor a dozen years before.) One by one the loony family members are strangely killed off, and it's up to

Boone to discover which of the clan seeks to be the sole inheritor of the family fortune. This is a really dumb effort, inexplicably directed by the king of Hammer Studios horror, Terence Fisher.

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  • Review: Boone stars as an American who travels to England to ask permission to marry one of an eccentric British family's daughters, Rogers. While he's there he discovers family member Dyall talks like Bela Lugosi, Melly thinks she's a vampire, Duncan is kept lock… (more)

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