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Don't Look in the Basement
  • Starring: Bill McGee
  • UPC: 874757051093
  • Item #: 1399133X
  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Horror
  • Release Date: 12/16/2014
  • Original Year: 1973
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Distributor/Studio: Film Chest
  • Rank: 141981
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Don't Look in the Basement on DVD

Don't Look in the Basement, also known as the Forgotten, is one of the best low-budget movies in the horror/thriller genre. With a budget of roughly $100,000, the film is presented in great B-movie style with generally good acting and directing. The plot revolves around a young psychiatric nurse, Charlotte Beale (Rosie Holotik/ Playboy cover girl 1972), who goes to work at the isolated Stephens Sanitarium following the murder of it's proprietor, Dr. Stephens (Michael Harvey), by one of the patients. There, she finds her job extremely difficult as the patients torment and harass her in varying degrees while she learns why Dr. Stephens successor, Dr. Geraldine Masters (Annabelle Weenick), is not very willing to take on new staff and so eager to keep outsiders out. The patients are truly frightening and the asylum is horribly understaffed. There's no other film quite like this...