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Time Out says

This genuinely bizarre oddity seems to have been masterminded by Bruno VeSota (later a Corman associate), who acted as associate producer and plays the Orson Welles part as the villain; the director, Parker, is obscure to the point that his name is missing from the print under review. The movie spends an hour exploring a lonely woman's sexual paranoia through a torrent of expressionist distortions which would look avant-garde if the vulgar Freudian 'message' weren't so reminiscent of '50s B features. Still, parts of it anticipate Welles' Touch of Evil.


Release details

60 mins

Cast and crew

John Parker
John Parker
Adrienne Barrett
Bruno VeSota
Richard Barron
Ben Roseman
Ed Hinkle
Debbie VeSota