DirectorSean S. CunninghamBrud Talbot Release dateOctober 17, 1973
TaglineThe First Sex-Rated Whodunit!
Case of the Full Moon Murders (also known as The Case of the Smiling Stiffs) is a 1973 sexploitation comedy film directed by Sean S. Cunningham and Brud Talbot and starring Fred J. Lincoln, Harry Reems, and Sandra Peabody.
It features many of the same cast and crew as the 1972 horror film The Last House on the Left, though is wholly disparate in terms of its tone and content. It was advertised with the tagline "The First Sex-Rated Whodunit," reflecting the film's mix of softcore pornography and mystery film elements.
A killer who may be a vampire leaves her victims with smiles on their faces.
The First Sex-Rated Whodunit!
Sheila Stuart as Emma
Fred J. Lincoln as Joe
Harry Reems as Silverman
Ron Millkie as Frank (credited as Ron Browne)
Cathy Walker as Caroline
Kenny Abston as Chuck
Geoffrey Knowles as Beau
Victoria Holloway as Daisy
Sally Ziegler as Joe's Mother
Ann Marshall as Nora
Sandra Peabody as Strip Poker Girl (credited as Debbie Craven)