Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Dr. Chicago (Alvin Lucier) resides in a rotting old mansion. He is prone to recite reams of Edgar Allan Poe as he holds court over a group of assorted nuts. Not much of what happens makes sense; we assume this is meant to be a slapstick horror film. If you have any complaints, direct them to George Manupelli. He was the director, writer, and cinematographer of the cinematic crazy-quilt known as Cry Dr. Chicago.