Iconic Poster for Let's Scare Jessica To Death

“Something is after Jessica. Something very cold, very wet…and very dead.” screams the tagline of the iconic poster to one of the scariest films of the 1970s. Let’s Scare Jessica To Death has somewhat fallen behind the sofa of the ghost genre and has been largely forgotten about, gathering dust and crumbs. Despite this, and it’s incredibly low critical ratings, this film is a must see of any fan of ghost movies or 70s horror films. It’s creepy, it’s eerie and it’s very, very scary.

Directed by John D. Hancock, a director who’s perhaps best known for directing a few Twilight Zone episodes from the 70s and staring a cast that you are likely to be unfamiliar with, this seems like a typical slice of low-budget exploitation goodness that boomed during the decade of big moustaches and drove audiences rushing to the drive-ins. However, Let’s Scare Jessica To Death not only drove audiences to the cinema, but sent them screaming and shaking in terror after the film had ended.

The basic plot follows Jessica (go figure!) who is fresh out of a mental asylum. Moving into her new house, Jessica begins to witness some very spooky goings on. Is the house haunted? Or is she simply loosing her marbles again? Well, you’ll have to watch the film to find out!

This film keeps you guessing throughout, whilst simultaneously terrifying you. It plays with your nerves with its various plot twists that’ll keep you on your toes. For a more recent and up to date similar movie, don’t miss out on The Pact! Similar to The Others, The Pact is an incredible new ghostly thriller that will send your spine a-tingling and your heart racing.

Break-out horror movie smash of the year that has been electrifying hardened genre fans and non-horror fans alike, “The Pact” combines the supernatural terrors of “Paranormal Activity” with the tense atmospherics of a serial killer thriller to create a unique, modern-day take on the classic ghost story.

And it’s out on October 1st! Pre-order yours here.

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