The young ladies who come to stay at Mrs. Pringle's (Elizabeth Davis) boarding house have a habit of disappearing. The culprit: Mrs. Pringle's son (Rodney Bedell), who's scalping the girls to supply mom's wig-making business. Sound wild? It's just another gem from director Herschell Gordon Lewis, who made some of the weirdest exploitation films from the 1960s and 1970s. Other cult classics from Lewis include Blood Feast and The Wizard of Gore.