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The mask that the killer wears in the film is of wrestler/B-actor Tor Johnson.
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Klaus Kinski turned down the role of Dr Le Sangel.
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The first horror film to be shot in New Zealand.
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Writer Bill Condon named Pete Brady after his childhood friend.
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'Arthur Digman' reportedly never needed to do retakes on set as he had his lines memorized beforehand.
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Director Michael Laughlin was an avid Coca Cola drinker, which is why the drink brand appears so often throughout the film.
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The reason for Lou Christie's 'Lightning Strikes' playing during the offbeat party scene was it was a favorite song of writer Bill Condon.
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Though the film is set in suburban Illinois, the production couldn't find any "authentic" looking locales for a small American town so the production was moved to New Zealand.
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The license plate on the character Waldo's red Thunderbird is noticeable for a split second when he gets behind the car to get the tire out of the mud. The back of the car says "Hollywood Nights" and has an Illinois tag, N2Z 264. Two years later Risky Business was released, and Tom Cruise's license plate was also an Illinois plate N2Z 264.
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This film is considered an "Ozploitation" (Australian exploitation) picture.
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