Robert Miles is a psychic that can communicate with the dead. He also has the ability to control the mind of his cat (who incidentally is black). He uses the cat to take vengeance upon his enemies. A photographer who happen to be working for the local constables begins to notice cat scratches on some of the accident victims that are turning up. She pays a visit to Miles (kitty just happens to be present) and conveys her suspicions of the cat's involvement in some of the local deaths. Kitty doesn't like this at all, and it's his turn to control the mind of owner Miles to take it's vengeance out.
When you hear this cat breathing down your neck...START PRAYING!!!
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Did You Know?
has stated on numerous occasions that this film was actually directed as a favor to the producer. See more
During one of the later scenes when the cat is terrorizing Jill you can see a crew member's hands holding onto the cat. See more
[Sergeant Wilson sees Jill coming out of an underground crypt
Miss, let me give you some advice, don't go down there anymore.
My Grandad used to tell me when I was a lad that the dead like to be left alone. They're not very hospitable.
The Anchor Bay release is the complete, uncut version of the film. See more
Version of The Black Cat