One Dark Night (Double Disc Special Edition)
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When you consider the setting for the film, a mausoleum, you know it's going to be creepy. Just the thought of sleeping overnight in a mausoleum makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand straight up. One dark night is a perfect movie to watch on a late evening or on Halloween night; it's a cinematic example of what Halloween is all about. Containing lots of spooky elements that you look for in horror films:
Mausoleums, Telekinesis, graveyard scenes, and coroner scenes,including a very strange and eerie scene where 6 dead girls are found in the recently deceased man's appartment all piled together with their staring eyes wide open! The background music is quite effective too in adding to the moviegoer's experience.
"One Dark Night" is an underrated and, most likely, underviewed horror movie. Easily worth recommending for fans of the early 80's horror flicks that we've all come to know and love. Well worth and evening and soon to be added to my collection! (Thank you, Shriek Show!)
,I wonder whatever happened to him, he was a good actor), Adam West(of the '60's batman series), Melissa Newman ( Paul Newman's daughter), Robin Evans as Carol ( a former model and later a "Rip tide" girl(1984)), Leslie Speights as Kitty ( I wonder whatever happened to her too?), Elizabeth Daily ( Valley Girl(1983)) and of course a great writer director, Tom Mclaughlin. I have nothing but praise for this film and am eagerly awaiting its release on DVD with special features.Read more ›
I placed my order weeks ago and I'm waiting for the 17th to get my NO. 1 80's Fun Filled Horror Film. I hope you all enjoy this film as everyone else who submitted there reviews.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I remember seeing images from this movie in a horror film magazine way back in the early 80s. It was only recently I saw a post on FB that mentioned this movie. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Quinn Hansen
I remember seeing this in the theatres many millenia ago, back in the heyday of when you could see movies like this in theatres rather than direct to video or straight to... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Brian E
Here we are, 1983, another gem from the decade of horror splatter and quite a good one it is. This time, we see Meg Tilly playing Julie, a "nice girl" who wants to join a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Leland
This was one of my son's favorite shows when he was 5, so got it as a stocking stuffer. It is so bad it is unintentionally (I think.) hilarious. Read morePublished 11 months ago by laura
Like many other reviewers, I too saw this in the theater as a child, and I remember being scared by it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by David Girod