A former Hittite (a member of an Amish-like sect) dies in a mysterious tractor "accident", and his widow is left to face the frightening Hittites who view her as "the incubus" and may have sinister designs on her. Written by
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Wes Craven compared his work with actor Ernest Borgnine to John Carpenter's work with Donald Pleasance in the original "Halloween". He states that Borgnine was the first "big name actor" he had worked with and was at first intimadated by the actor. See more »
In the opening sequence when William breaks Faith's painting and throws it, the painting is clearly attached to wires of some sort. See more »
In the rolling hills of a sinful farm community, untouched by time, a gruesome secret has been protected for generations.
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The end credits start rolling before the narrator's dialogue is finshed. See more »
I recently viewed this film while being on a Wes Craven kick, trying to watch all of his films. I was very confused by this film because I thought that the Hiites had more to do with the plot than they actually did. The movie actually could have done without them because....well, watch the ending and you will see for sure. I will give Kudos to Craven for the creepy snake in the bathtub scene and the casting of Michael Berryman (Pluto from The Hills Have Eyes). Watch if you absolutely love Wes Craven. Also recommend Last House on the Left.
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