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Strays (1991)

A troubled family move to an isolated house, and find and adopt a couple of cats already in residence. These are not the only occupants however...

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A troubled family move to an isolated house, and find and adopt a couple of cats already in residence. These are not the only occupants however...

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They Have Nine Lives. We Only Have One. See more »

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Rated R for violence and terror. | See all certifications »
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18 December 1991 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Dr. Lyle Sokol: They've been around people all their lives... so they're not afraid at all.
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Best worst horror film ever
27 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

If you love watching terrible horror films (as I do) this is the one to watch.

It really has no redeeming features except that it is hilarious.

I have seen this film twice and would have watched it more but for some reason it doesn't get shown on TV anymore and I can't find a copy to buy on DVD.

Do not expect to feel scared or nervous while watching this movie as it lacks all the elements that make a horror movie a horror movie. There is no tension, no shocks and no gore.

The acting is terrible, the plot is awful and the effects are ridiculous, it makes you wonder if the people who made it actually watched it before offering it to the general public, but thank god they did.


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