The House on Skull Mountain
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The House on Skull Mountain
This low-budget, Atlanta-lensed blend of horror and "blaxploitation" elements is basically a Ten Little Indians variant with a touch of voodoo thrown in for spice. The plot involves members of a family who are gathering at the decrepit estate of a legendary voodoo priestess for the reading of her will; the potential heirs are systematically murdered by the woman's butler (Jean Durand), who practices a diabolical form of voodoo himself. The cast is whittled down to two survivors (Victor French and Janee Michelle) before the killer's plan is undone. A justly forgotten relic of… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"While it may have been spurred by the blaxploitation craze, the sensibilities of this odd gothic horror movie owe more to Black Sabbath than to Blackula."
‑ Brian Juergens, CampBlood.org
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