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Dark Tower (1989)

The construction of a skyscraper is being haunted by a ghost.

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(as Ken Barnett), (as Ken Barnett)

Writers:

(story) (as Robert J. Avereck), (as Robert J. Averech) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

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Dennis Randall
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Carolyn Page
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Tilly
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Max Gold
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Sergie
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Elaine
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Maria
Bob Sherman ...
Williams (as Robert Sherman)
Ricardo Azulay ...
Charlie (as Rick Azulay)
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Joseph (as Radmiro Oliveros)
Jordi Batalla ...
Mueller
Jaime Ros ...
Beck (as Juame Ross)
Monica Fatjo ...
Rebecca
Juan Ramón Romani ...
Philip Page
Mara Bador ...
Rebecca's Mother
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Storyline

When a window-washer falls to his death from the side of a Barcelona high-rise office building (also killing an unsuspecting pedestrian), security consultant Dennis Randall is called in to investigate. Although he first believes the deaths to be accidental, he soon comes to realize that some strange force is at work inside the building. What could be causing these accidents? More importantly, is there any way it can be stopped? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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It reaches Heaven... and touches Hell! See more »


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29 March 1989 (USA)  »

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The Curse V  »

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Trivia

Jenny Agutter replaced Lucy Guttridge. See more »

Goofs

In the opening credits, Michael Moriarty's surname is spelled MORIARITY. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Rewind This! (2013) See more »

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Typical 1980s Horror, Long Forgotten
10 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The construction of a skyscraper is being haunted by a ghost.

There are two reasons to watch this movie: Michael Moriarty and Kevin McCarthy. If there is a third reason, I must not have noticed it. And sadly, McCarthy's role is relatively minor... he should be carrying the picture, but he just was not given the honor.

Moriarty is a gifted actor, whether or not that is evident here. He can play very goofy, oddball roles (as he has done repeatedly for Larry Cohen) or he can win awards and star alongside some of the greatest names in Hollywood (as he did in "Pale Rider"). This is somewhere in the middle -- not an amazing performance, but not goofy, either (despite the supernatural and horror elements that could easily have asked for horror).


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