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Sammi Curr was an infamous rock star who died under mysterious circumstances. Now, he wants to come back to life. Doing so requires possessing radio waves and automobiles, and making a few human sacrifices.
A woman moves from NYC to LA after a murder, in which she is implicated. She is followed by what is apparently her evil alter- ego. She moves into a room for rent by a writer, and he begins having an affair with her, but after some strange things happen, he's not so sure if the affair is with her or her doppelganger.Written by
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The scene in Patrick's apartment where the 'Gas Man' walks into the kitchen, the boom
mike comes briefly into shot in the top left hand corner, but is then moved up quickly. See more »
[Elisabeth comments on how fast Patrick had begun sleeping with Holly when a guy comes out of her bedroom]
What was that you were saying about 6 months of suffering?
OK, so I'm a slut, you're a slut, who wants coffee?
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Karen Leigh Hopkins and Sara Hickman are listed in the end credits as "Psycho-slut #1" and "Psycho-slut #2," respectively. See more »
This movie holds your interest and keeps you wondering, up until an ending which will make cry out "Oh boy!". It's so gruesome and far-fetched and off-base that it's positively ludicrous. On the plus side, Drew Barrymore burns up the screen with a much steamier performance than the one she gave in "Poison Ivy", and the "good guys" are unusually likable (in an unforced way) for a horror film. (**)
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