The Pyx (1973) Trailer

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The Pyx 1973 - Trailer

The Pyx 1973  Trailer
Year: 1973
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Crime
Type: Trailers
Duration: 0M56S
Cast: Christopher Plummer, Karen Black, Robin Gammell, Gerard Parkes, Larry Perkins, Pierre-Paul Bélisle, Bob Wyngaert, Gilles Desormeaux, Thérèse Morange, Jean Dubost, Gérard Richard, Jean-Guy Dubuc, Pierre-Paul Bélisle, Marcel Fournier, Brian R. Erb, Jacques Galipeau, Wally Martin, Henry Gamer, Julie Wildman, Pierre Jolicoeur, Donald Pilon, Laurence Luczko, Terry Haig, Francine Morand, Jean-Louis Roux, Thérèse Morange, Yvette Brind'amour, Jean-Louis Paris, Jacques Godin, Gérard Richard
Director(s): Harvey Hart

Trailer: The Pyx (1973)

A detective investigating the death of a heroin-addicted prostitute uncovers evidence pointing to the existence of a murderous devil cult.

Deathtrap Trailers Untouchable Karen Black stars in this Exorcist/Rosemary's Baby facsimilie as an ill-fated cult victim. Christopher Plummer is the detective assigned to investigate her story.

Based on a 1959 novel, the film bounces back and forth between the events leading up to Black's fate and Plummer's investigation following it. via DEATHTRAP TRAILERS

Synopsis:

Montréal Police Detective Sergeant Jim Henderson is the lead investigator into the death of a scantily-clad young woman found outside an apartment building, the initial belief being that she was pushed from the unoccupied twentieth floor penthouse balcony. Henderson's partner, Detective Sergeant Pierre Paquette, recognizes her as a prostitute, who they eventually will learn has the working name Elizabeth Lucy, a junkie and one of Meg Latimer's girls. In questioning Meg and another one of her girls, Laura, Henderson and Paquette will also learn that Elizabeth was a non-practicing Catholic, much like Henderson himself, despite the fact that a crucifix on a chain was around her neck and pyx tightly clutched in her hand when she was discovered. The story of Henderson and Paquette investigating the murder, which gets them and their associates into mortal danger the further they get into the investigation, is interwoven with the story of how Elizabeth ended up dead outside that apartment building. If Henderson and Paquette are able to discover the truth, Henderson may further question his own already tenuous Catholic faith.