Motion Picture Purgatory: Death Game

Back in 1977 Sondra Locke and Colleen Camp appeared together in a film as two young girls who appear on a happily married man’s doorstep while his family is away. Obviously mayhem ensues if we’re discussing it here, especially since Trembles is involved. Check out this week’s Motion Picture Purgatory: Peter S. Traynor’s Death Game.

Co-starring with Locke and Camp is Seymour Cassel as George Manning, who invites them in out of the rain to use his telephone, and like a fantasy come true, George is seduced by these two voluptuous young vixens. But in the tradition of Fatal Attraction, the party’s not over yet for “poor Georgy”, who is now trapped in the clutches of two savage torturesses. Can George escape alive from this forty-eight-hour hellish nightmare of kinky torment and brutal murder?

Statutory gape!

Rick Trembles' Death Game review!

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