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Avalon Bay, 1945: On the night of her graduation dance, young Rosemary and her date are brutally murdered by a prowler thought to be a jilted soldier home from the war. The killer was never found. Thirty years later, the dance is held again for the first time since that horrific evening - but something else may have also returned... Tonight, the teens of this sleepy town will meet their grisly ends at the hands - and pitchfork, blade and more - of THE PROWLER!
Also known as ROSEMARY'S KILLER, this gruesome shocker is one of the cruelest "body-count" movies of the 1980s, thanks to razor-sharp direction by Joseph Zito (FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE FINAL CHAPTER) and graphic gore effects by Tom Savini (DAWN OF THE DEAD, MANIAC). Hollywood legends Farley Granger (STRANGERS ON A TRAIN) and Lawrence Tierney (RESERVOIR DOGS) star in this rarely-seen sleeper from the golden age of slasher films - now presented completely uncut and uncensored in grisly High Definition!
Audio Commentary with Producer/Director Joseph Zito and Special Make-up Effects Artist Tom Savini
Tom Savini's Behind-the-Scenes Gore Footage
Okay, let's pay attention, short and sweet. The score is awful and distracting. 1980's saw the slasher genre happen. this was as dull as watching grass grow. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Russell S
Ehh.. Special effects were great, the story was drawn out and pretty boring. 5 stars for Savini's work, 1 star for the actual movie/story/plot = 3 stars.Published 1 month ago by hidden
One of the coolest and most unique slashers of the 80's. Lags in the middle and needs a higher body count.Published 2 months ago by Alissa Nicole Koblentz
An okay movie for those who like some of the early thriller movies that were to me B-Type movies of you may like it or you may not like it based on the money used to produce such... Read morePublished 2 months ago by David West