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The greatest zombie-biker, toad-worshipping-Satanists horror in British cinema is an undisputed cult classic brimming with exciting action and fantastical mayhem.
Horror 1972 91 mins
Director: Don Sharp
One of the weirdest films about young undead bikers on the rampage you’ll ever see, and the only one to feature George Sanders and Beryl Reid as toad-worshipping Satanists. With the secret of eternal life in their grasp, The Living Dead motorcycle gang and their splendidly stony-faced leader Tom (Nicky Henson) return from the grave to terrorise the locals.
Packed with gothic tropes, black humour, a psychedelic score and exceedingly eccentric performances, Psychomania is a cult horror classic brimming with exciting action and fantastical mayhem.
- Don Sharp
- Nicky HensonBeryl ReidGeorge Sanders
- moderate violence, imitable behaviour, suicide references
- United Kingdom
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