This 1978 TV movie, Wes Craven’s third horror, was based on a novel by Lois Duncan (”I Know What You Did Last Summer”). Although it’s predictable, Linda Blair is a charm and the whole atmosphere quite cozy, making it worth watching.
THE WRITING. McDonagh's screenplay is a work of brilliance. Add the ACTING. Powerful, lovely, hilarious McDormand. And Rockwell giving it all: far-out, crazy, disgusting and, against all odds, charmingly loveable.
With his 4th feature film, creative writer-director Taika Waititi melts hearts and puts smiles on people's faces, with some good help from lovely Julian Dennison and Sam Neill, all in an exquisite mix of adventure, comedy & drama.