Carnival of Souls 1962 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Platform: DVD MOVIE Publisher: ALPHA VIDEO Packaging: DVD STYLE BOX An introverted church organ player named Mary (Candice Hilligoss) mysteriously emerges onto a river bank dazed and uninjured hours after a serious car accident. Mary is pursued by a terrifying ghoulish apparition beckoning her. Although she tries to run from this grinning stalker and the nightmarish goings-on in an old pavilion there is no escaping the fate that awaits her. It is nearly impossible to watch this film and not be haunted by its combination of music silence and imagery. For nearly four decades Carnival of Souls has been a classic of low-budget horror. It is most amazingly the first and only feature film made by director Herk Harvey and writer John Clifford.Starring: Candace HilligossDirected by: Herk HarveyScreenplay by: John Clifford DVD Details: Run Time: 78 minutesNumber of Discs: 1Originally Released in 1962Black & WhiteNo region encoding; For global distribution.