In a remote country house, a malevolent form of sleaze and terror is being bred. A crazy mother encourages her two sons -- raving lunatic Frank (Gary Kent) and his not-all-there brother Johnny (John Stoglin) -- to kidnap young women and chain them up in the basement. The girls are treated like animals and then subjected to games that grow increasingly sinister and depraved. When the brothers tire of their playthings, the girls must be replaced. This lost exploitation classic is every bit as morally corrupt as you've heard. Directed by Don Jones and shot by cinematographer Ron Garcia, this film is an entertaining slice of early 70s sleaze guaranteed to delight and disturb.
Directed by Don Jones (THE FOREST) and filmed by cinematographer Ron Garcia (TWIN PEAKS), this feature tells the story of a morally corrupt mother who spurs her two mentally unstable sons to hold young women hostage in the basement of their isolated home, subjecting their victims to progressively more depraved "games."