|Directed by:||Kent Bateman|
|Written by:||Kent Bateman|
|Produced by:||David Bowman; Chandler Warren; Ronald Sullivan; Bayard Stevens|
|Running time:||78 min.|
Headless Eyes is a 1971 horror film written and directed by Kent Bateman. It had limited theatrical release in the United States, but found a footing in the home video market and has been distributed in VHS format by Vestron Video, Wizard Video, Jet Films International and Cinema Shares International Distribution. The plot of the film revolves around an artist named Arthur Malcolm who suffers a severe eye injury after committing a robbery. Once he is healed, Arthur goes on a mad killing spree, attacking innocent women and gouging their eyes out with a spoon.
|Bo Brundin||Arthur Malcolm|
|Mary Jane Early||Unknown|
|Larry Hunter||Harry Silver|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The tagline for this film is "He's out there...out of sight, and out of his mind!"
- Is considered a "video nasty".
- Producer Ron Sullivan is credited as Henri Pachard in this film.
- Actor Larry Hunter is uncredited in this film.
- According to director Kent Bateman, Ron Sullivan added material to the film without Bateman's knowledge or consent.