A Name for Evil 1973 Horror Movie Review
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although the storyline is spotty in parts of the movie, the setting and location for the film are superb. What a eerie looking old place. Robert Culp’s acting is good, however some of the other characters could have been better. This film is very low budget. Theres supose to be a book that inspired the film, I have yet to find this in print. A city couple move away from the rat race city to start a new life in the greatgrand fathers old mansion in the isolated woods, and are encountered by supernatural forces in a dream like setting. Worth checking out.
About A Name for Evil (1973)
A Name for Evil
Robert Culp, Samantha Eggar, Sheila Sullivan, Mike Lane, Reed Sherman,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
74 minutesDirector: Bernard Girard,
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