Last House on Dead End Street
Last House on Dead End Street (1977)

This notorious exercise in low-budget gore is poorly edited and photographed, but its catalogue of horrors and a genuinely nasty tone make it worthwhile for fans of sick cinema. Vowing revenge on the society which put him behind bars, Terry… More

Rated: R
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Genre: Drama, Horror
DVD Release Date: June 14, 2005
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Rob Gonsalves

Well, here's a toxic little item.

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Anton Bitel

dirt cheap and deeply flawed, but still worth enduring; for even if the deaths are faked, there's a real enough intelligence behind it all.

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Eric Campos
Film Threat

Barrel Entertainment has done it again.

Flixster User Reviews
Keiko Aya
Is it good? God no... Roger Watkins the director was high on drugs while making this :P Terry Harwkings get's out of Prison and for reason's… More
Christopher Brown
A slimeball decides to use his talents making snuff films and the audience gets to join in! A true grindhouse film, without a million dollar budget, like our… More
Sylvester Kuo
One of the best low budget horror films I've seen. Last House on Dead End Street is a surrealist horror film about the attempt of a movie director to make… More
Francisco Godinho
An awfully constructed video nasty, LHODES is a shockingly gory flick with a fantastic atmosphere that actually manages to say something in the process, even if… More