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From the director of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark. This ultra-rare and creepy 1972 made-for-TV tale is a real terror treat. Predating the now classic Bad Ronald (1974) by two years, Crawlspace features a middle-aged couple discovering a young homeless man living in their basement. Their initial fear turns to joy when he proves to be helpful around the house and like the son they never had. But this newfound happiness soon turns to sheer horror when the young man s violent past and appetite to kill surface!
Arthur Kennedy was one of the most recognizable character actors on the silver screen, starting in the 1940s until his death in 1990. After spending his younger years on stage in various prestige projects, including Broadway, and slowly made his mark as one of the most emloyed character and supporting actors in Hollywood. Kennedy made the jump to features from TV full time with his role in Lawrence of Arabia (1962) and would appear in countless domestic and international productions for the next 28 years. Horror, sci-fi and crime film fans remeber Kennedy for his parts in various exploitation, crime and horror films, including: Fantastic Voyage (1966), Cauldron of Death (1973), The Tempter (1974), Emmanuelle on Taboo Island (1976), and most notable Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974).See all Editorial Reviews
Nice condition... Great deal! Been looking for this one for awhile..Published 10 months ago by Bryant Cook
I remember this movie as being one of the better made-for-TV movies from that period. Much better than "Bad Ronald". However, not worth the ridiculous asking price. Read morePublished on July 23, 2013 by Snakewoman
I saw this movie as a kid.Has stayed on my mind for years.Wasn't quite like I remembered,but still a prize for my collection.Published on January 27, 2013 by movie freak