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Four successful elderly gentlemen, members of the Chowder Society, share a gruesome, 50-year old secret. When one of Edward Wanderley's twin sons dies in a bizarre accident, the group begins to see a pattern of frightening events developing. Written by
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Atmospheric horror film that doesn't excel, but is worth a view none the less.
This movie must live down a very early scene where a fully frontal nude Craig Wasson plunges out of a high rise window to his death. The scene has a real phony look to it and conjers up images of just how fun it was for Craig to shoot it in front of a blue screen.
The four great and distinguished older actors do a good job in elevating the movie. Alice Krige is great as the tormenting and tormented lady ghost.
The musical score is INCREDIBLE, one of the best I've heard for this type of film.
Makeup artist Dick Smith comes through again with the many visions of the rotted ghost.
A good horror film, give it a shot if you haven't already.
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