Set in the late 40's the residents of Texarkana, Texas are left terrorized by a mysterious hooded killer who is stalking victims during the evening and leaving the local police at a loss. Written by
Not Everyone Who Comes to This Lover's Lane Has the Same Thing on Their Mind.
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The 2013 Blu-ray/DVD release contains an onscreen essay in the bonus features called "The Phantom of Texarkana". The author refers to this film as a "creepy Techniscope horror film". While it's true that Charles B. Pierce
did shoot some of his previous films using the Techniscope format, he actually shot this film using the Panavision anamorphic format. It was the second film that he had shot in this format, the previous one being The Winds of Autumn
(1976). See more
Closeup camera crew visible on a flatcar during long shots of the train. See more
Emma Lou Cook
Buddy, you better not go down this road or you're gonna get stuck.
Oh it's ok there's gravel on it.