- Actors: Candace Hilligoss, Sidney Berger, Frances Feist, Herk Harvey
- Directors: Herk Harvey
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 15
- Studio: Network
- DVD Release Date: 23 Feb. 2009
- Run Time: 90 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B001LNW2K6
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 115,462 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Carnival Of Souls  [DVD]
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Candice Hilligoss stars as a woman who survives a serious car accident and moves to Utah to become a church organist. She is pursued there by a strange phantom figure (Herk Harvey, who also directs and produces).
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Having survived a car accident that should have claimed her life, Mary begins a new job as a church organist. Plagued by evil visions of a ghoulish figure, she is drawn to an abandoned amusement park. --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.
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"Carnvial of Souls" came about because Herk Harvey drove by Saltair, the deserted 1940s tourist resort outside Salt Lake City, and decided it would make a powerful location for a horror film. Harvey recruited John Clifford to come up with a screenplay that would involve Harvey's image of dead bodies rising from the lake to pursue their victim. The finished product certainly evokes a nightmarish quality that makes you ignore the technical problems with overdubbing, campy performances by the supporting cast, and such. Hilligloss, trained in the Method by Strassberg but denied any hint of her character's motivation by the director, only made one other film, "Curse of the Living Corpse" (1964), but this film is enough to secure her reputation in the field. Sidney Berger (the all too friendly guy down the hall at her boarding house) does a cameo as a cop in the 1998 "Wes Craven Presents Carnival of Souls" debacle, which does not compare on any level to this evocative horror classic.
However, as usual, true to form, released in the UK by Elstree, the picture indeed the very substance of the film is vastly inferior & downright appalling to view. Muted & rough, looking like it has been handled by apes in boxing-gloves. Avoid, find a superior print where possible or ones opinion of this underground classic will suffer badly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A horror classic. The ending is very the Sixth Sense/The Others which clearly copied it.Published 8 months ago by E C LANE
Good value, film has atmosphere all of its own. Even tho' I had viewed the film before, still enjoyed the other-worldly feel to the photography and music.Published 9 months ago by Raymond Leslie Jones
If every low budget horror movie put this much of effort and love into their craft there would be no such thing as a bad horror movie with no money. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Colonel Decker
Weird and made weirder by the amateur acting which lends it a lost-in-time kind of tone but therefore somehow much more entrancing than some of the professional horror films of the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mario
Colourisation of black-and-white movies has its critics, but I was more than happy with this as it added a new dimension to one of my favourite films.Published 19 months ago by dash49
Initially, this was a bit of a shock, as I am used to the Elstree version in black and white. The quality of that version is, to be honest, appalling, but it somehow added to the... Read morePublished 21 months ago by dave rock
First saw this on tv in b/w when a small boy-never forgot it.While not especially scary,it's one of those films you never forget. Read morePublished on 24 Mar. 2014 by DEREK HEATLY