A truly God Awful film. One of the worst films ever made. Made by fertilizer salesman Hal Warren on a bet that he could make a sucessful horror film.
Using $19,000, an old spring wound camera, made an unwatchable film. A film where Warren showed how amature his film was when he forgot to put the opening credits in.
A film where a man played by Warren, his wife, and his daughter stop at the inn of "The Master." The family meets Torgo and settle in for a night of horror. A featured part of the film is Warren's personal fantasy where women in translucent robes wrestle in the night. Disturbing in that the little girl becomes a wife of "The Master."
Proof that fertilizer sales people should never be allowed to make their own films.
One of the worst childhood traumas in existence today. When that tall chocolate bunny rabbit you get for Easter as a young child turns out to be hollow when you expected a rabbit full of creamy milk chocolate or fudge.