Originally broadcast live on October 31, 1987, the "WNUF Halloween Special" is a stunning expose of terrifying supernatural activity that unfolded at the infamous Webber House, the site of ghastly murders. Local television personality Frank Stewart leads a group of paranormal investigators including Catholic exorcist, Father Joseph Matheson and the prolific husband-and-wife team Louis and Claire Berger. Together, the experts explore the darkest corners of the supposedly haunted Webber House, trying to prove the existence of the demonic entities within. Did they find the horrific truth or simply put superstitious rumors to rest? Compiled from the highest quality source material available, this trailer is for the first official release the program has received since its initial broadcast.
Writer:Chris LaMartina, Jimmy George, Pat Storck, Michael Joseph Moran, Carley Cooper (commercial "The Shining Trapeze Strip Club"), Shawn Jones (commercial
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Jeanette H (ag) wrote: A heart-warming romance about a woman empowering herself to overcome her stigma as a housewife.
Christopher C (gb) wrote: Some good action but the story is a little to simple. The acting is just horrible. It kind of ruins the whole movie.
Finbarr M (it) wrote: Interesting. Columbo meets One flew over the cuckoos nest...
Alex P (it) wrote: Great movie from beginning to end.
ArYa DarMa D (de) wrote: 3,5/5 Rating for Saw 2 F: 30%R: 70%Horror 50% Mystery 50%
Dan H (us) wrote: Really heartfelt movie, although cheesy at times, very enjoyable and cute.
Eliabeth E (kr) wrote: The story, by Figgis, is effervescent, enterprising and Altmanesque. It's fun, for a Figgis film, combining elements of The Player and Short Cuts. Figgis' direction imparts an overarching tone of improvisational, light (soap) opera. It's an object-lesson in television "Q" ratings: when the screen's full of stars, they compete for the eye less through emphasized action than with charisma. Figgis orchestrates the action as fascinating choreography (e.g., complementary shot-reverse shots of Alex leaving one room and entering another) and awkward silliness (groups of actors huddle close together, like a covey of anxious quails, when moving as a group).--Gregory Solman, Film Comment
Eddie B (ru) wrote: It's funny how future Jason writers are pretending this movie never existed... and they're doing the right thing.
Carolyn G (es) wrote: Not a Ted Danson fan but this flick was highly underrated in its day. It boasted a pretty, pretty good cast (including Sean Young before she stalked James Woods) and was actually a tender and romantic story.
Jeremy N (fr) wrote: This film is a kind of cross between Don't Look Now and Don't Torture A Ducking as it involves a series of child murders in Venice. Morricone contributes a superb music score with a particularly terrifying theme for the stalking and murder scenes.
Dean K (fr) wrote: Not one of the better Carry on films.
Ash M (kr) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time!
Turtleboy G (au) wrote: Another really good Adam Sandler comedy. It tells the great story of a golfer very well. The acting was really good, and the cast was set very well. This is by far the best Adam Sandler comedy ever made. In my opinion, this is another movie that the critics got wrong. It should definitely be viewed by any golf fan and or comedy fan.
Spencer H (fr) wrote: Lethal Weapon is one of the greatest buddy-cop films I've ever seen.
Johnny R (it) wrote: this has horrible reviews but I thought it was decent