House of Evil
|House of Evil|
|Directed by||Juan Ibáñez|
|Written by||Jack Hill|
Luis Enrique Vergara
|Based on||House of Evil by Edgar Allan Poe|
|Music by||Enrico C. Cabiati|
Filmica Vergara S.A.
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
House of Evil is one of four low-budget Mexican horror films Karloff made in a package deal with Mexican producer Luis Enrique Vergara. The others are Isle of the Snake People, The Incredible Invasion, and Fear Chamber. Karloff's scenes for all four films were directed by Jack Hill in Los Angeles in the spring of 1968. The films were then completed in Mexico.
Morhenge Mansion, 1900: The dying Matthias Morteval invites his dysfunctional relatives to his home for a will reading. However, he dies and soon the relatives are being murdered one-by-one by his living toys.
- Stephen Jacobs, Boris Karloff: More Than a Monster, Tomohawk Press 2011 p 503-504