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
Very unique. It takes itself serious enough to pull off its obviously silly premise. Movies this original are hard to come by. Definitely worth the watch.
Wow that was a ride! Great stuff in this film. Not a good, well made movie, but it has so many great elements that it works.
Terrible movie, but I went into it knowing that it was terrible. Patton Oswalt made me curious.
I tried to suffer through this movie but i could not finish it. 0 skulls. Only gave 1 because I was forced to in order to give a review. A 'lost' movie that should have stayed lost.
One of the more brilliant films I have found here on shudder. Utterly original and imaginative. That bed is so goddam cool.