House of Mortal Sin | Full HD Movies For Free | Flick Vault

A troubled young girl goes to confession at the local church. Unfortunately, the sexually frustrated priest she confesses to becomes obsessed with her. At first, the priest stalks the girl, but later it is revealed that he will stop at nothing, including blackmail and murder, just to get close to her.

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33 Replies to “House of Mortal Sin | Full HD Movies For Free | Flick Vault”

  1. I really enjoyed that. I'm surprised it was allowed to be made here in the UK we really struggled with religious subject matter back then in movies.


  2. Another Sheila Keith classic I wish she could have done so many more Horror films I have seen them all my collection is complete. R.I.P. Sheila Keith.

  3. First thing upon seeing injured friend is call for help. Not explore the surroundings. The RC Priest is not a suspect even though he is next to the victim when he died. There is no justice in this movie.

  4. What the H**L! What's the ending of this darned movie? Am I the only one wondering what he did next? Did he go and kill the girl, too? How the heck can they end the film like this!

  5. Susan Penhalion is really bad in this film, but I think she's always been quite a bad actress. The script is surprisingly bad too, for a 70's film.
    I'm so surprised no one mentions her bad acting.

  6. Good Pete Walker directed movie. The performances are fine. Not on a par with his very best films like Frightmare and House Of Whipcord but well done. Sheila Keith was a brilliant actress who graced many of Walkers films. Entertaining mid 70's film. Nice print and worth watching.

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