A mental-patient, who is troubled with horrible nightmares, has escaped from his hospital. Now on the streets he can't help killing innocent people. But there is one family he is more than interested in and when he tries to kill them, he finds that it's not that easy. Written by
Tobias Broljung <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From the man who terrified you in "Dawn of the Dead" & "Friday the 13th"!
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Director Romano Scavolini claims that all the main special make-up effects for the film were designed and created by Tom Savini and only the prosthetic effects were done by other people (mainly the late Leslie Larraine). There are also photos placing Savini on set. Savini has distanced himself from the project and says that he was just a consultant for the film. Ed French (who supervised the special make-up effects for the New York sequences) also says that Savini didn't do any hands-on work, only giving advice and direction to the special effects crew. See more
During the scene when George is in the booth with Tara Alexander you can see in the reflection of the glass that he is holding the telephone receiver to his left ear, but when the camera is on him he is holding the receiver to his right ear. See more
Referenced in Video Violence