First of all, I love your website. It's a walk down a dysfunctional, horror-infused memory lane. I was surprised to see that you haven't reviewed the late 1970s made-for-TV adaptation of Thomas Tryon's Harvest Home. It was called "The Dark Secret of Harvest Home" when it aired on the small screen. Bette Davis scared the living hell out of me as the Widow, back in the day. This flick had it all, a secret society, bizarre fertility rituals, an unusual way to guarantee that next year's corn crop will be a success, murder, suicide and a kind of Stepford Wives mentality among the women of this deceptively peaceful village.
— Kelley J.
UNK SEZ: Thanks Kelley! I agree with you, there's not enough HARVEST HOME around these parts and I too am surprised that we have not covered it more extensively on these pages. I'm just going to place the blame on dopey UNIVERSAL for never properly putting TDSOHH on DVD and for releasing it on VHS only in a highly edited form. Luckily I found the entire miniseries on YouTube. The picture quality is for the birds but it'll just have to do for now!