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Popcorn
Jill Schoelen and Tom Villard




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Maggie (Jill Schoelen) has been suffering recently from terrifying and realistic dreams. When film students hold a "horror-thon" to raise money for their department, they discover a film from the 1960s called THE POSSESSOR which mirrors the events in Maggie's nightmares. The director of THE POSSESSOR was a maniac and a mass-murderer who killed his wife before an audience and then burned them all alive. Now the students themselves are the victims of a real psychotic killer whose crimes are inspired by the gruesome horror movie.

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Overview

Maggie (Jill Schoelen) has been suffering recently from terrifying and realistic dreams. When film students hold a "horror-thon" to raise money for their department, they discover a film from the 1960s called THE POSSESSOR which mirrors the events in Maggie's nightmares. The director of THE POSSESSOR was a maniac and a mass-murderer who killed his wife before an audience and then burned them all alive. Now the students themselves are the victims of a real psychotic killer whose crimes are inspired by the gruesome horror movie.

Main Cast & Crew

Mark Herrier - Director
Jill Schoelen
Tom Villard
Dee Wallace Stone
Derek Rydall
Malcolm Danare
Elliott Hurst
Freddie Marie Simpson
Kelly Minter
Yvette Solar
Tony Roberts

 

Details

Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray (Collector's Edition)
  • Run Time: 91
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 654930319499
  • Genre: Horror
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: March 2005

Related Categories:
Movies > Horror/Suspense

Related Keywords:
Campus Life
Psychos
Killer
Murder
Theatrical Release
Sci-Fi/Horror/Fantasy

 

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Reviews:
"...Both funny and gross....The best spoof of its kind since ALLIGATOR..." - 02/01/1991 New York Times, p.C6


"...[An] ingenious and spoofy little shocker that with knowing affection pays tribute to irresistibly shlocky vintage exploitation pix..." - 02/01/1991 Los Angeles Times, p.F4

 

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