Phil, Melissa, Mitch, Mary, and Vinnie are high school friends, who unwittingly raise the dead on Halloween night. Once the dead have returned, Pitchford Cove will never be the same again....or will it?
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Two generations of men find themselves haunted by the presence of a spectral woman. When the son of one of the elderly men returns to his hometown after his brother's mysterious death, they attempt to unravel her story.
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Told in flashbacks, L.A. detective Lieutenant Dan August investigates the disappearance of housewife, Marian Ord whose extramarital activities possibly provide clues to her absence. The police believe she has been murdered by her distraught husband George but they can't come up with a corpse and thereby hangs the mystery.Written by
Lynda Day George, who played the stoned receptionist Lilian Crane, married the film's leading man Christopher George just a few months later on May 15, 1970. They were together through his untimely passing in 1983. See more »
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I saw this once when I was a kid (around 8)...all I remember is the opening scene, it scared the @#$% out of me!...a house, someone coming home, and blood everywhere...very chilling. Plus, I lived on Greenville Road so the fear "hit home" even more.
That 70's made-for-TV-movies genre is greatly under-appreciated and unrecognized. Other movies that I remember about the same time that were really creepy (you might too):
"When Michael Calls" (Ben Gazzara, Elizabeth Ashley, Micheal Douglas)
"The Screaming Woman" (Olivia DeHavilland)
"Picture Mommy Dead" (Zsa Zsa Gabor)
"How Awful About Allen" (Anthony Perkins)
"Two On a Guillotine" (Connie Stevens)
"The Victim" (Elizabeth Montgomery)
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