Next of Kin
Directed by Tony Williams
When a young woman inherits a creaky retirement home, she’ll find herself in a waking nightmare of murder, madness and a legacy of evil that may be inescapable.
When a young woman inherits a creaky retirement home, she’ll find herself in a waking nightmare of murder, madness and a legacy of evil that may be inescapable
Cast: Jacki Kerin, John Jarratt, Alex Scott
This movie feels like a nightmare. There isn't a lot of explanation for what happens in certain areas, but if you're fine with that you'll find a good time
sucked boring. changed the movie before it was over
lucky-duckies - this little weirdo movie used to be hard to track down - it's so good and strange - a great lead - creepy and bizarre - in the end quite satisfying..
Its either a strong 2 or a weak 3. It's the only movie I can think of that takes place primarily in an elderly home, and for those who aren't used to being in a place like that, those places can come off strange or spooky. so there was potential. It's not completely wasted potential because the movie has some genuinely spooky and creepy moments. But the story is boring. Also the protagonist is not all that likeable.
Excellent Ozploitation film. Slow building with a great payoff.