The troubled teenager Owen Whitmore has a sleep disorder and occasionally sleepwalks. Owen is having therapy sessions with Dr. Katherine Ramos. Having just joined the medical school, he has to move to another town, but he is divided between the college and his sweetheart, Maggie. His parents Leona and Walter Whitmore are very worried about him. When Owen has violent dreams, Dr. Ramos decides to consult with Dr. Jonas Julian, a specialist in dream analysis and sleep disorders. Meanwhile, people are protesting in front of the Townsend State Prison where the infamous serial killer Dr. Eugene "Mean Gene" Branch will be executed. Dr. Eugene is the son of another serial-killer and had performed sadistic medical experiments on his victims. Out of the blue, Marcia Freeman who went missing, is found dead in precisely the way that Owen saw in his dreams - the murder set up as if carried out by Dr. Branch.
javier l (it) wrote: all this movie talked about was my high school reunion that just passed in 4 months that nobody wanted to give me a roundtrip bunch of drunks
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David S (es) wrote: Good Movie. I love Family Guy This is a Funny Ass movie
Simeon M (ru) wrote: hehe. a couple clever moments. Liked it as a kid.
Simona M (au) wrote: Great acting, great atmosphere, touching move.
Alexander C (gb) wrote: Could be worth a look interesting story there.
Louis J (gb) wrote: Tuesday Weld's finest hour? Prime example of her "all-american unwholesomeness". Anthony Perkins is great as creepy (as usual) Dennis Pitt, delusional man just out of a mental institution. He wraps up lovely Sue Ann (Tuesday) in his outlandish fantasies, but who is manipulating whom? Plus, Beverly Garland, the tramp from Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, gives her best performance ever as Sue Ann's beastly, ill-fated mother.Unfairly ignored black, black, black comedy. Precursor to (and better than) Natural Born Killers.
Joel A (ag) wrote: A clever concept this film is, very over the top but manages to keep itself together. Don't know if I wasn't in the mood at the time, but I found the film a little dry and took a while to get going. There where many clever scenes that was taken a direct poke at Beauracy and Citizenship and I could appreciate the tactic of the film. I guess this film is heavy in british culture and a lot of it went over my head, but worth a see nonetheless....
Nuno C (br) wrote: A pitch perfect role for Bette Davis as a socialite who "takes one for the team".
Jim T (it) wrote: Made when movies were movies....pure enjoyment