Friday, June 20, 2014

DEATH BED: THE BED THAT EATS personifies experimental weirdness

Director: George Barry

Cast: Dave Marsh, Patrick Spence-Thomas, Rosa Luxemburg, Linda Bond, Demene Hall

Cult Epics / All Region / Unrated / 1.33:1 Fullscreen / DTS-HD 5.1 Surround, DTS-HD 2.0 Stereo / 80 minutes

Extras: Introduction By Stephen Thrower, Author Of Nightmare USA (2013) / Introduction By George Barry (2003) / Audio Commentary By George Barry And Stephen Thrower / Nightmare USA - A Conversation Between Stephen Thrower And George Barry On Horror Films Of The 1970s And 1980s / Behind-The-Scenes Of Death Bed In Detroit (2013) / Original Death Bed Credit Music Track (1977)


A Victorian-era looking bed stands in a desolate room, in a deserted home, located in a vacated town. A man is trapped behind a painting of The Bed in the same room. He is forced to watch as the bed satiates its voracious hunger by eating anything and everything that unfortunately lies upon it. You see, The Bed is cursed by the blood of a demon who was jilted by his love. The man behind the painting was an artist who was The Bed's first victim who the bed resurrected so he could paint a picture of the piece of furniture and to live out his days watching the bed take the lives of innocent people. What or who will stop the demonic bed's lifetime of hellish hunger?
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