AKA The House on Straw Hill, this one really had a lot going for it in the first half. It sets up it's themes and then begins to slowly forget what it was originally trying to do. Still, for what it is, I enjoyed it.
Its atmosphere is superb, a strongly directed exploitative (for a 'trash' flick at least) with sadly, a less than stellar finale. But the killer motive is quite jarring, and what always happens with these types of ends... doesn't. Possibly speaks about the idea that a piece of work is someone's as an authoritarian, but that their way of forcing its participants to comply with their vision may turn out sadistic. 3/5