16 gallons of blood went into making the last thing that Herschell Gordon Lewis would direct which would be this movie. His two tales — “Gory Story” and “The Night Hag” — aren’t great, but they have lots of blood and Lewis hosting them.
“Attack of Conscience” is completely unrelated to the feel of the movie, particularly when you contrast its tale of a woman dying over and over at the hands of her abuser with “GOREgeous” in which a man who can no longer get it up kills women with objects like high heels.
In the same way that many of Lewis’ films are celebrated because they’re the first of their kind, this is the last of its kind. That said, you won’t enjoy this anywhere near as much as his more well-known material such as Two-Thousand Maniacs! or Blood Feast.
You can watch this on Tubi.