A paranoid, leisure-suit-wearing conman/gigolo named Matt Stone seduces lonely women, bilks them of their savings via an investment scam, then kills them. When he begins seeing an ... See full summary »
Traumatized by her mother's death, young Susan is becoming possessed by the same demon that possessed her mother before she died. More and more her husband and psychiatrist are noticing the... See full summary »
An architect and his wife are flying from London to L.A. with an altar from an ancient abbey secured in the plane's cargo hold. Also aboard the flight are Buddy Ebsen as a pushy millionaire, William Shatner as a drunken, cynical ex-priest, Tammy Grimes as a person with mental problems, and Chuck Connors as the lantern-jawed pilot. Crew and passengers come into jeopardy when an invisible demon escapes from the altar, and threatens the plane in an effort to destroy the architect's wife.Written by
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I don't understand. Why did he do it? For those people? You talked to him last. Why?
Perhaps somehow it was a final act of faith. If there are devils, there must also be gods. I don't know. I have no thoughts.
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I really was hoping for better with this cast and the idea behind this film but I found it somewhat disappointing - mainly some of the characters that ruined this movie. 3 female passengers that are witchy with a capital "B". Two that are "witchy" wives and one zealous religious nut - I really wanted to slap all 3 of them. There is also one really screwed up crazy woman, one irritating child and one freaking clownish cowboy. The rest of the characters are okay enough it's just the 6 I mentioned that got on my nerves. (Notice I said the characters NOT the actors themselves).
The story is good enough for a film of this type but I wasn't crazy about the pea-soup coming out of the baby doll... that was just dumb.
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