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Successful businessman Melvin Dovereux is caught in a traffic jam caused by a funeral procession. Soon he is haunted by visions of a hearse chasing him and a woman in a sports car. Could the funeral procession actuly be for him? Written by
As a Fulci fan, I certainly wanted to see his last film. It is not the typical blood and gore, but a supernatural thriller.
Melvin Devereux (John Savage) leaves his father's funeral and heads into the back roads of Louisiana, where he keeps running into a mystery woman (Sandi Schultz). After his last encounter he gets behind a hearse and we have a thrilling chase as it will not let him pass. He finally catches up to the hearse and finds the name of the cadaver. When he gets to the mortuary, all the cadavers have the same name.
Savage has a determined and confused look about him at all times as he tries to make sense of things.
Strange Twilight Zone ending.
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