Horror House on Highway Five

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Horror House on Highway Five
Directed byRichard Casey
Produced byJohn P. Marsh(as John Marsh)(executive producer)
Written byRichard Casey
Music byKraig Grady/Suzanne McDermott
CinematographyDavid Golia
Distributed bySimitar Video
Release date
  • 1985 (1985)
Running time
91 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Horror House on Highway Five is a 1985 independent low budget slasher film, concerning a sociopath dressed up as Richard M. Nixon, who goes rampaging through the night traveling down a highway to terrorize passing motorists.

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As part of a project, students are sent to a place called Littletown to investigate and research a supposedly deceased German (and possible Nazi) expatriate rocket scientist named Frederick Bartholomew, who was supposedly responsible for the V-2 rocket before embarking on a murderous rampage slaying all who he worked with in his final days spent in America. The student group have got to make replicas of the rocket whilst at that location. A trio of the group stumble across a pair of demented brothers; one, Mabuser is an unlicensed doctor, who's become mentally unhinged due to being convinced that destructive parasites have infested his brain, while his stuttering teenage brother Gary, is a shy and lonely psychopath with a thing for Tarot cards and concealed necrophiliac tendencies. All the while their father prowls the nights' lonely highways, dressed in one of his previous victims, as of all things Richard M. Nixon (complete with matching mask).

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