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Incense for the Damned


Directed by Robert Hartford-Davis
United Kingdom, 1971


In Bloodsuckers, Michael is on sabbatical in Greece when he runs into an oversexed hippie blood sect who wants him to join their merry mix of non-conformist neck biters. When Sir Mickey goes missing, the elite desk jockey corps of British Intelligence stretches into action.

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Incense for the Damned Directed by Robert Hartford-Davis

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  • Edna Sweetlove's rating of the film Incense for the Damned

    Too bad to sleep to. So very bad, the dear director (the British Jesus Franco?) asked for his name to be taken off the credits after the producers edited it out of all recognition. Be sure you have some matchsticks handy to prop your eyes open, dears. The first scene at Oxford (where there's a cut at the end of every one-word sentence) is simply hilarious. You know you're in for something special when you see that.

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