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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
DOOR INTO SILENCE (dir. Lucio Fulci)..... Sometimes a movie is so full of inconsistencies and mistakes you wonder if anyone even watched the film before it was released. This film is one of those. After the death of his father, a young man drives the back roads of Louisiana, and has a bit of car trouble. It is never really explained where he is going or why, but he is directed to a mechanic, and the man tells him that it will take fifteen minutes for him to repair his car, and he advises that he check into a motel to clean up (his hands are dirty). If a fifteen minute wait requires you to rent a motel room, would a couple of hours of repair time necessitate the purchase of a home in the area, and sign- up for a library card? Then, endless mundane car chases down two lane roads, and we haven't even gotten to the supernatural part of the tale, and that part was not 'super' by any stretch of the imagination.
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