Scalps (1983)

Director
Fred Olen Ray

Main cast
Richard Hench; Roger Maycock; Frank McDonald; Carol Sue Flockhart; Jo-Ann Robinson

Genres
Horror

Description
Silly group of college science students go an dig around in an indian burial ground for artifacts. Unfortunately, one of them becomes possessed by the evil spirit of Black Claw so he must therefore slaughter all of his friends.


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