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
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He's a man of peace in a savage land... Suburbia.
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The music that plays when Lt. Mark Rumsfield (Bruce Dern) is introduced, and throughout the movie, is from the movie Patton, and was composed by Jerry Goldsmith. See more
Ray slips the note about Walter's dog in the mail slot then slips the hair piece in with it. Later in the movie he states there is a big pile of mail that is addressed to Walter in the Klopek's basement. Later in the movie when the house catches fire the mail would have burned, along with the note. Therefore, Walter would have never have gotten his mail or the note and would not have been able to accuse Ray of " kidnapping his dog". See more
I think the message to, uh, psychos, fanatics, murderers, nutcases all over the world is, uh, "do not mess with suburbanites". Because, uh, frankly we're just not gonna take it any more. Ya know, we're not gonna be content to look after our lawns and wax our cars, paint out houses. We're out to get them, Don, we are out to get them.
At the end of the Universal logo, the camera zooms into Earth and to where the film takes place. See more
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