Burnt Offerings is a 1976 American mystery horror film co-written and directed by Dan Curtis and starring Karen Black, Oliver Reed, Bette Davis, Lee H. Montgomery, Eileen Heckart and Burgess Meredith. It is based on the 1973 novel of the same name by Robert Marasco. The story concerns a family who moves into an old house that regenerates itself by means of feeding off the life force of any occupant that is injured or in pain. Other family members are all killed off, with the survivor awaiting a new family.
While the film received mixed reviews from critics, it won several awards in 1977. Originally set on Long Island, the movie moves the action to California and was the first movie to be filmed at Dunsmuir House, Oakland, California.