Sandy Dennis, Darren McGavin, and their kids move into a possessed Pennsylvania farmhouse occupied by the devil himself, eager to assert his powers on new tenants. This early Steven Speilberg TV movie comes on the heels of his classic "Duel" and shares some similarities with his later production, "Poltergeist". Speilberg's camera trickery makes this entry much better than the usual made-for-TV ghost-story movie at the time and the director even makes a cameo appearance.
Did You Know?
Director's Cameo: Steven Spielberg can barely be seen during the first party scene. He's talking to Carl Gottlieb. See more
The shadow of the cameraman can be seen on Marjorie's red robe when she walks out to the yard on their first night. See more
Can you believe that I believe that the devil's in my house?
Yes. If you believe there's a devil, you believe the devil's in your house; then for you it's true.
APPLE BAR CANDY SONG
by Charlie Marie Gordon See more