House of Mortal Sin
|House of Mortal Sin|
Original release ad
|Directed by||Pete Walker|
|Produced by||Pete Walker|
|Written by||David McGillivray|
|Music by||Stanley Myers|
|Edited by||John Black|
|Distributed by||Anchor Bay Entertainment|
|February, 1976 (UK)|
House of Mortal Sin (also known as The Confessional and The Confessional Murders) is a low budget 1975 horror film directed by Pete Walker, and scripted by David McGillivray, from a story by Walker.
The poster tag line read: "tortured by desires his vows forbid... master of a house of mortal sin!" 
A deranged priest takes it upon himself to punish his parishioners for their moral transgressions.
- "Much criticism has been leveled against this film for its unabashed attacks on Catholicism, but it's really Walker's trademark amoral approach to filmmaking that elicits a strong urge to take a hot bath after viewing." ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi, New York Times.
- "I ended up being quite impressed with this one; it's one of those horror movies that tries to be about something more than just scaring people." ~ Dave Sindelar: Fantastic Movie Musings & Ramblings
- Anthony Sharp ... Father Xavier Meldrum
- Susan Penhaligon ... Jenny Welch
- Stephanie Beacham ... Vanessa Welch
- Norman Eshley ... Father Bernard Cutler
- Sheila Keith ... Miss Brabazon
- Mervyn Johns ... Father Duggan
- Hilda Barry ... Mrs. Meldrum
- Stewart Bevan ... Terry Wyatt (as Stuart Bevan)
- Julia McCarthy ... Mrs. Davey
- Jon Yule ... Robert
- Bill Kerr ... Mr. Davey
- Victor Winding ... Dr. Gaudio
- Jack Allen ... GP
- Kim Butcher ... Valerie Davey
- Ivor Salter ... Gravedigger
- Andrew Sachs ... Man in Church
- Jane Hayward ... Nurse
- "House of Mortal Sin". BFI.
- "House of Mortal Sin (1975) @ EOFFTV". Eofftv.com. Retrieved 2014-06-05.
- "The Confessional". Eccentric Cinema. Retrieved 2014-02-22.
- "House-of-Mortal-Sin - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2014-02-22.
- "Fantastic Movie Musings & Ramblings - HOUSE OF MORTAL SIN (1976)". Scifilm.org. 2009-03-19. Retrieved 2014-02-22.
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