Death Bed: The Bed That Eats
Directed by George Barry
A demonic bed consumes the poor souls who get too close in this outrageous ‘70s cult horror favorite. A bed that eats people? YES, and woe unto those who rest their bare bottoms upon it for a little lovin’ for they shall be sucked into the belly of the bed, unless an entity imprisoned elsewhere in the room can stop the fearsome furniture! Weirder than weird and truly unforgettable, DEATH BED lay buried in obscurity until a DVD release in the early 2000s led to a legendary Patton Oswalt comedy routine that made the freaky flick a must-see for camp cinema lovers.
A demonic bed consumes the poor souls who lay upon it in this outrageous ‘70s cult horror favorite.
Cast: Demene Hall, William Russ, Julie Ritter
Is this a bad movie? Yes. Is this fun to watch? Also yes.
This put me to sleep. Very cheesy but not good cheesy.
You’ll enjoy it, if you’re in the mood for something different. It’s definitely different. I greatly enjoyed it; I’m just not sure how to rate it.
I hoped it would be bad in the entertaining way, but it was just bad. I respect that it doesn't appear to be a purposefully bad movie like so much of modern horror, but the lack of self awareness doesn't help it
Just a bizarre film but in a good way.