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006 CAULDRON OF BLOOD (1970) Fully Uncut 95 Minutes
006 CAULDRON OF BLOOD (1970) Fully Uncut 95 Minutes

Trashy, Lurid, Psychedelic '70s Euro-Horror

also known as CAULDRON OF DEATH

director: Santos Alcoceer (as Edward Mann)
starring: Jean-Pierre Aumont Viveca Lindfors Boris Karloff Rosenda Monteros Dyanik Zurakowska

An old, blind sculptor works diligently on his armatures. But he is unaware that the basic foundation of his sculptures are human skeletons, the remains of victims slaughtered by his insanely wicked wife, Tania. He is also oblivious to the fact that she is planning to eliminate him, as well, in a cauldron of acid kept in the torture dungeon.

The motion picture ran into one problem after another. The production began in 1967 with aging actor Claude Raines in the sculptor role but Mr Raines died a few weeks into the shoot. His role was reduced in a rewrite and another aging horror actor, Boris Karloff, was brought from England to play the part. His role of artist Franz Badulescu is essentially a cameo, but Karloff's participation initially gave the film some notoriety. However, the real attraction here lies in the female members of the cast: an over-the-top performance by Viveca Lindfors as a sex crazed bisexual S&M freak, and Euro sex kitten Dyanik Zurakowska (VAMPIRE'S NIGHT ORGY), as a perversely unwitting muse to the blind artist's master work. The mega-sleazy film was eventually released in 1970 with many scenes reshot at the director's whim adding to greater continuity troubles. Mr Karloff would die before the film's release, February 1969 from Emphysema at age 82.

A Spanish film in English (Shot in English); fullscreen format (4:3), uncut (95 minutes), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT; extras include selected theatrical trailers.

Graphic Violence/Sexual Situations/Sexual Brutality/Gore
recommended for Mature Audiences

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