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Was originally completed as "Deadly Presence" but after producer Moustapha Akkad saw a cut of the film, he fired director Ramsey Thomas and re-shot a considerable amount of new footage and re-edited the film. Ramsey declined to be credited as director and the film was credited to fictitious Alan Smithee. See more »
A thoroughly disagreeable entry into the slasher genre, this film began life as "Deadly Presence". After the producers saw how gawd-awful the film really was, they fired Thomas and shot some more footage. Gowan's detective character and a bunch of others were added in a sort of parallel story and the whole thing renamed "Appointment With Fear." Aside from a couple of performances, this cinematic disaster's only redeeming value is its score. Written by ace composer Andrea Saparoff, the music is the only thing lending a little eeriness to what is otherwise an hour and a half of scare-free tedium.
Recommended audience: Weevils, chunks of granite, D-cell batteries and very very minor Egyptian deities only.
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