The Body Beneath 2000 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
He called himself Reverend. His church was lost souls. Prissy preacher Algernon Ford (Gavin Reed) is actually an ancient vampire organizing a family reunion. Despondent over his “deteriorating bloodline,” the good Reverend, his hunchback servant and a trio of green-faced bloodsuckers rent Carfax Abbey and, using three of his female descendants, prepares to rebuild the family… Sex and violence courtesy of cult director Andy Milligan, who made some of the most notorious and highly eccentric micro-budget sexploitation and horror films that ever assaulted the public. One of Milligan’s best, “The Body Beneath” is presented completely uncut, permeated with lunatic characters, goofy gore, and a disturbing atmosphere of decadence and decay that climaxes with an effectively nightmarish vampire soiree.
About The Body Beneath (2000)
Starring: Robert Dahdah, Gerald Jacuzzo, Hal Sherwood, Hal Borske, Richard Goldberger,
Runtime: 82 minutes
Director: Andy Milligan,
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