The House on Tombstone Hill Trailer

The House on Tombstone Hill Trailer (1989)

"Where trespassing is a matter of life or death!" 01 October 1989 Horror 95 mins

Eight friends go to fix up an old house that Mark has purchased. Upon arriving, they find the grave of Abigail (the former owner- a disturbed woman who murdered a well-wishing neighbor in the 1940's) in the back yard. Bob (one of Mark's friends) smashes the headstone and awakens Abigail, which begins the carnage. The house locks the friends inside and, one by one, they are gorily slaughtered. But the dead don't stay dead and they hunt down the living as the remaining survivors fight to make it through the night.

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Leighann Belair

as 1940's Girl

J.D. Cerna

as Steve

Bruce Spaulding Fuller

as Bab's legs on floor

Darrell Gibson

as Old Lady Double

Douglas Gibson

as Mark/Old Lady

Albert Jaccoma

as 1940's Dead Man

Pam Lewis

as Old Lady (voice)


International Titles

Hexenhaus Trailer

Dead Dudes in the House Trailer

The Dead Come Home Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 October 1989

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