House of Whipcord
Directed by Pete Walker
A woman is lured to a secluded house that doubles as a sadistic prison in British grindhouse director Pete Walker’s (SCHIZO) terrifying torture tale. One year before SALO, Pasolini’s similarly themed classic, Walker took audiences into the home of Mark. E. Desade (get it?), whose mother and her helper (Walker favorite Sheila Keith making her horror debut) subject young female delinquents to brutal torments, from whipping to death by hanging. One of Walker’s scariest offerings, HOUSE OF WHIPCORD remains relevant in a culture that still tries to repress “bad girls”.
A woman is lured to a secluded house that doubles as a sadistic prison.
Cast: Barbara Markham, Patrick Barr, Ray Brooks
I find entertainment in movies that are simply bad. If nothing else they are fun to make fun of while watching them.
Crazy stupid, but I’ll give it 3 skulls because it’s the early ‘70s and was original
slow and boring.
WOW it’s a twisted movie it’s good as long you remember it was made in 1974 good !!
What an amazing, creepy torture film!