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At night Nick has visions of his rotting wife and hears her voice, although only the killer knows she is dead.
It was a little slow in places, but kept my attention due to some of the weirdness mainly, which brings me to a question: Was Webster (David Doyle) actually in on it?
The one thing this film does have over The Flesh and Blood Show is the violence is actually depicted, which didn't hurt in helping to keep the viewer's attention.
The DVD jacket for Shriek Show release of The Comeback states this is anamorphic 1.85:1 as does Amazon. WRONG: It is 1.33:1. The transfer is pretty good for a 70's film. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by David S. Graham
What can I say...it's old, retro and predictable. Typical storytelling of the era with characters that are not likeable..and most tims wierd. Read morePublished 2 months ago by new user
In the opening scene we see Gail ( Holly Palance ) pop star Nick Cooper's (Jack Jones) separated wife get killed with a scythe across the face. Nick is attempting a comeback. Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Movie Guy
Not really that bad a movie even though the plot line is somewhat silly to me. Acting could be better as well but it's still a movie you can get through on a rainy day or have a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by NY Shopper
Schlocky fun, terrible acting & ridiculous plot. Just add tequila, & you have a Z movie made for a drinking game. See also MST3K.Published 11 months ago by Marnee woodruff
I grew up watching all those movies of the week on TV. Most of them had a horror tone to them, and I loved it. This movie started out rolling. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Melinda Gilliland
If you are a Jack Jones fan I recommend this film only because he does do some singing. The movie is enjoyable and has a twist which makes for a good movie.Published on May 2, 2010 by Shelley A. Beckmann