Director Peter S. Traynor
Initial DVD release October 19, 2004
Genre Horror, Thriller
Music director Jimmie Haskell
Country United States
|Release date May 1977 (1977-05)|
Writer Anthony Overman, Michael Ronald Ross
Cast Sondra Locke (Agatha Jackson), Colleen Camp (Donna), Seymour Cassel (George Manning), Beth Brickell (Karen Manning), Michael Kalmansohn (Deliveryboy), Ruth Warshawsky (Mrs. Grossman)
Similar movies Nightcrawler, Knock Knock, No Good Deed, The Collector, The Strangers, Cold in July
Tagline The object is to stay alive.
Death game trailer
Death Game, also released as The Seducers, is a 1977 American horror film directed by Peter S. Traynor and written by Anthony Overman and Michael Ronald Ross. The film stars Sondra Locke, Colleen Camp, Seymour Cassel and Beth Brickell. It was shot in 13 days in October 1974, but not released until May 1977.
The film was remade as Knock Knock starring and produced by Keanu Reeves and Camp among others.
An opening credit in Death Game declares that the film is based on a true story, although reviewers have expressed doubts that this is the case.
George Manning opens his home to two rain-soaked yet angelic-looking young girls whose car has broken down. The girls appear helpless and not much older than his daughter. However, they soon lead George into a forty-eight-hour nightmare of demonic mayhem and brutal murder.
ReferencesDeath Game Wikipedia
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