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So Sad About Gloria (1975)

PG | | Horror, Thriller | October 1975 (USA)
A young woman just released from a mental hospital moves back in with her family. However, she is soon troubled by disturbing visions in which she commits a series of axe murders.

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Gloria Wellman
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Frederick Wellman
Robert Ginnaven ...
Chris Kenner
Lou Hoffman ...
The Psychiatrist
Seymour Trietman ...
Mr. Bellinger
Linda Wyse ...
Jamie Mylen
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John Brown ...
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A young woman just released from a mental hospital moves back in with her family. However, she is soon troubled by disturbing visions in which she commits a series of axe murders.

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The romance of LOVE STORY - the terror of PSYCHO!!

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Horror | Thriller

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When this movie premiered, there was a telephone number (local) you could call. It was a recording of Gloria begging for help, then she would yell and the phone would go dead. See more »

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Featured in Movie Macabre: So Sad About Gloria (1984) See more »

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Today, Tonight and Tomorrow
Written by Jerald Reed and Terry Trent
Sung by Josie Brown
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Had possibilities
19 January 2003 | by (California) – See all my reviews

For a basically no-budget thriller, this isn't really all that bad. Director Harry Thomason went on to produce the first-rate TV series "Designing Women," Dean Jagger was an Academy Award-winning actor, and Lori Saunders, best known for playing one of the sisters in "Petticoat Junction," is actually pretty good in a very atypical role. The plot about a recently released mental patient who may or may not be committing a series of ax murders isn't particularly original, but the film does achieve a degree of suspense, and Saunders does a good job--for the most part--of conveying the anxiety and confusion of a young girl who isn't sure if she's a serial killer. The film is definitely hampered by its next-to-nil production values, and Thomason obviously had quite a bit to learn about directing--mainly about pacing and continuity--but it's not a completely botched effort. And Lori Saunders is just so damn cute it's hard not to give her the benefit of the doubt. But then again . . .

Anyway, it's worth a look. (However, there's another Harry Thomason film that isn't: a bottom-of-the-barrel sci-fi stinker called "The Day It Came to Earth." Absolutely rancid. Skip it.)


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