Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror
A caretaker devotes himself to three demented siblings after their father's death.
The film had a $60,000 budget. Lon Chaney Jr. was paid a flat fee of $2500 for his performance, each of the other actors were paid $100 a day. Coincidentally, the price of the actors salaries was the same as the daily rental of the Duesenberg that Bruno drives.
This has gone well beyond the boundaries of prudence and good taste.
When Peter reads the textbook's description of Merrye Syndrome the following text on the page is a random patchwork of unrelated paragraphs.
As the film ends, "THE END" appears on the screen, then suddenly changes to "THE END ?".
A special home video version, released by Video Treasures in 1994, features a remastered print of the film (all previous versions being of very dubious quality). This version is also widescreened and features footage (after the film) of a cast/crew reunion at a midnight showing of the film.