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The Sleeping Car (1990)

Jason (David Naughton) moves into an abandoned train car where he resurrects the vicious ghost of his landlady's dead husband... The Mister. After some near-fatal encounters with the ... See full summary »

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Jason McCree
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Kim
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Vincent Tuttle
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Bud Sorenson
Dani Minnick ...
Joanne
Ernestine Mercer ...
Mrs. Erickson
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The Mister
Gary Brockette ...
Ghost Mister (as Gary Brockett)
Steve Lundquist ...
Dwight
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Kerry (as Bill Stevenson)
Michael Scott-Bicknell ...
Chuck
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Harris
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Clarice
Tiffany Million ...
19-year-old Girl (as Sandra Margot)
Robert Ruth ...
Telephone Man
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Jason (David Naughton) moves into an abandoned train car where he resurrects the vicious ghost of his landlady's dead husband... The Mister. After some near-fatal encounters with the violent specter he seeks local exorcist Vincent Tuttle (Kevin McCarthy). Written by Anonymous

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2 February 1990 (USA)  »

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A mildly enjoyable horror comedy with several creepy moments.
22 May 2006 | by (Chyby, Poland) – See all my reviews

A new tenant Jason moves into the apartment-a railroad car converted into a house-he finds the place possessed by the ghost of the Mister,a conductor who blamed himself for a horrible train crash in the past.As the Mister comes back for revenge and starts killing the car's visitors and neighbors,Jason and his roommate try to exorcise the demons for good."The Sleeping Car" by Douglas Curtis is a mildly enjoyable horror comedy that has its share of gruesome moments.The makeup effects are pretty good and the death scenes are suitably gory.Unfortunately the film relies too much on juvenile humour.There is also a nice amount of nudity provided by Judie Aronson and Sandra Margot.So if you are into 80's horror give this one a chance.7 out of 10.


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