After his sister goes out, a disturbed young man named Gilbert Gill tries to kill his father and mother. His father survives, and Gilbert is sent to a mental institution. On the day his ... See full summary »

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Perrine Moore ...
Lee Webb ...
Gilbert Gill
Carl Darchuk ...
Garrett Gill
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Nurse #2 (as Vida)
Brannon Gould ...
Lance
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D.J. Spiegel (as Heather Ashley)
Jon Prutow ...
David Ortega ...
Dane
Carol Rose Carver ...
Brooke (as Carol Rosecarver)
Deborah Huber ...
Nancy Gill
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Officer Spiegel (as Michael Nyman)
Darlene Tygrett ...
Nurse #1
Beth Friedlaender ...
Sissy
Otto Sturcke ...
Marco
David Scalzetto ...
Eddie Brandt
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After his sister goes out, a disturbed young man named Gilbert Gill tries to kill his father and mother. His father survives, and Gilbert is sent to a mental institution. On the day his father is scheduled to release him, Gilbert escapes and looks to finish what he started. Written by flatgorenerd97

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This is everything Jeepers Creepers should have been
5 September 2003 | by (LA, CA) – See all my reviews

MANIACAL marks the return of the Eighties slasher movie. Back then, we had real psycho killers: Jason, Freddie, Michael Myers etc. Nowadays all we get are special effects. Maniacal presents the story of Gilbert Gill, a confused young man who is alienated from his family and society. Like the Columbine killers and other sociopaths, Gilbert goes on a bloody killing spree, targeting local youths. He is finally hunted down by the local sheriff and his own father, in one of the most terrifying stand-offs I've seen in years....And Maniacal is filmed like an eighties movie, so it doesnt rely on smoke and mirrors. It looks like the good ol' days are coming back!!!


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