House of Whipcord

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Released 1974

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Director:
Peter Walker
Released:
1974
Rating:
R
House of Whipcord is a 1974 cult horror thriller from prolific horror filmmaker Pete Walker (Cover Up, The Confessional, House of the Long Shadows). House of Whipcord is a fairly nasty women in prison flick, but not standard fare for the genre. First, you won't find any lesbian shower scenes though there is some nudity. And although there is torture, violence and death, it is mostly implied rather than in any graphic depiction. Adorable French model Anne Marie (sweetly played by the charming and ravishing Penny Irving) gets only a minor fine for exposing herself in public. Anne Marie meets mysterious, yet charismatic Mark E. Desade (brooding Robert Tayman) at a party. Mark takes Anne Marie to a hellish remote countryside correctional facility for wayward young ladies that's run by his strict mother Ms. Wakehurst (a splendidly stern'n'steely Barbara Markham) and blind, senile Justice Bailey (a marvelously doddery Patrick Barr). Meanwhile, Ann's loyal gal pal Julia (lovely Ann Michelle) and her nice boyfriend Tony (likable Ray Brooks) try to find Anne Marie before it is too late.moreless

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