Tower of Evil (Blu-ray): Ronin Flix

Tower of Evil (Horror on Snape Island) - Pre-Order

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Please note this is a pre-order release that will be available on or around 03/16/21. All items ordered together will be charged at the time of purchase and ship together when everything is in stock. Pre-orders of this film are expected to ship several days in advance of street date.

Please Note: We have run out of the limited edition slipcovers. Any new orders placed for this title will include only the Blu-ray.

From horror producer Richard Gordon (Inseminoid, First Man into Space, Fiend Without a Face, Horror Hospital) comes one of the most brutal and mysterious stories ever to be filmed. Tower of Evil is a haunting tale set in and around a deserted lighthouse on fog-shrouded Snape Island. The terror begins when a nude, crazed woman slaughters a sailor who was visiting the island. When she is taken back to civilization, an ancient relic is discovered and an expedition is mounted to solve the mystery of the island, which leads to series of psycho-sexual murders. Starring Jill Haworth (It!), Bryant Haliday (Devil Doll), Dennis Price (Theater of Blood), George Coulouris (Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb) and Candace Glendenning (Satan’s Slave) and directed by cult filmmaker Jim O’Connoly (The Valley of Gwangi). Now witness the horror in HD!

Starring Jill Haworth, Dennis Price, Bryant Haliday, George Coulouris, Jack Watson, Anna Palk, Candace Glendenning

Special Features: 2018 HD Master from the Original Inter-Positive, Audio Commentary with Producer Richard Gordon, Moderated by Film Historian Tom Weaver, Interviews with Actress Seretta Wilson, Composer Kenneth V. Jones and Editor Henry Richardson, Watch in Katarina's Nightmare Theater Mode with our Hostess Katarina Leigh Waters, Theatrical Trailer

Scorpion Releasing // 1972 // 89 Minutes // Rated R // Color // English with Optional English Subtitles // Region A

Please Note: This is a new Kino Lorber Blu-ray, not the Limited Edition Slipcover version that we sold previously.