This story takes place in a typical American neighborhood, when some new neighbors come to live in the house next to Ray Peterson. These new people are really strange; nobody has ever seen them, their house is a real mess, and during the night you can hear weird noises from their basement. The only thing they know is their name: Klopeks. One day Walter (an old man of the neighborhood) suddenly disappears and everyone starts to suspect the Klopeks... Written by
Chris Makrozahopoulos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
He's a stranger in an even stranger land... Suburbia
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Theatrical and TV trailers show some deleted and extended scenes; Ray cooking at the metal barbecue and accidentally setting it on fire. Shot of Art sitting somewhere outside and mentioning Klopek's name. Shot of doctor Klopek saying their name, it seems like this shot was in ending of the movie. Ray, Ricky, Walter, and Bonnie all standing by a ladder which leads to someone's roof and Ray saying " I think we're overreacting", by their clothes, it looks like it's from the scene where they break into Walter's house. Ray telling Carol that someone thinks that "the Klopeks are evil incarnate." Ricky helping out Art when he falls over the fence after running from Klopek's dog. Shot of Ricky saying "God i love this street" which is not from the same scene where he says it in the movie. Reportedly, more scenes were deleted and some extra scenes are said to be included in old TV versions of the movie. See more
At the end of the film, Ray comments on Carol's shorter haircut. In her last scene, her hair is back to its original length. See more
I'm tellin' ya, officer, there's a body buried in that house.
The old guy, Mr. Seznick right?
Yeah the old guy who's sitting here is buried in that house.
At the end of the Universal logo, the camera zooms into Earth and to where the film takes place. See more
References The Exorcist
Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Written and Performed by Fred Rogers See more