House on Bare Mountain is a 1962 American comedy ‘nudie cutie’ film featuring monsters directed by Lee Frost (Love Camp 7, The Thing with Two Heads), Peter Perry Jr., Wes Bishop. Horror/exploitation producer Harry H. Novak was behind the scenes.
“Granny Good” runs a finishing school for young women but it’s really a front for a moonshine operation. At a party, Frankenstein’s Monster, Dracula and a werewolf (who has been working in the basement on non-union rates) show up…
A bevvy of attractive pneumatic ladies goes top and bottomless for much of the duration of The House on Bare Mountain. Unfortunately, this wholesome tease and titillation is accompanied by some of the worst kind of unfunny, condescending and unpalatable voice-over tripe. It’s a shame as, if it had been handled right, the initial plot offered some opportunities for gleeful mockery of societal conventions.
Adrian J Smith, MOVIES and MANIA
“Essentially this a run-of-the-mill nudie cutie with a pretty nice assortment of students who barely bother with clothes at all.” Creature from the Blog Lagoon
Thanks to Dwyrager Dungeon for some of the images above.