Demons of the Mind (1972) Trailer

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Demons of the Mind 1972  Trailer
Year: 1972
Genres: Horror, Thriller
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M57S
Cast: Fred Wood, Paul Jones, Michael Hordern, Sheila Raynor, Robert Brown, Thomas Heathcote, Robert Hardy, Barry Stanton, Glenda Allen, Sidonie Bond, John Atkinson, Patrick Magee, George Cormack, Jan Adair, Mary Hignett, Jane Cardew, Richard Beaumont, Shane Briant, Gillian Hills, Virginia Wetherell, Yvonne Mitchell, Kenneth J. Warren, Deirdre Costello
Director(s): Peter Sykes

Trailer: Demons of the Mind (1972)

A physician discovers that two children are being kept virtually imprisoned in their house by their father. He investigates, and discovers a web of sex, incest and satanic possession.

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Baron Zorn keeps his teenaged children locked up and drugged, fearing that his insane wife passed along a congenital curse to them before her own suicidal death. Elizabeth escapes for a brief tryst with a local before being recaptured and subjected to a bleeding process to 'draw out the bad blood.' Emil keeps trying to escape, but is thwarted time and again by his aunt Hilda who runs the house like a prison. One reason the siblings have to be kept apart, is their incestuous attraction to each other. Local wenches are being murdered in the woods, and the superstitious peasants think demons are responsible. A wandering Priest dedicates himself to root out the evil, but isn't taken seriously. Arriving at the castle are two more interested parties: Mountebank scientist-huckster Falkenberg stands to make a small fortune if his strange apparatus can cure the children of their inherited evil. Young Carl simply wants to rescue Elizabeth. As more murders mount, Falkenberg enlists village lass Inge to play the dead mother in a psycho-drama that he hopes will shock the children from their morbid state; but Baron Zorn's symptoms of derangement soon make it obvious that the doctor is treating the wrong patient...