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Patrick (Blu-ray + DVD Combo)

4.1 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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A telekinetic killer causes chaos for his nurse and doctor while lying in a coma in a clinic.

Product Details

  • Actors: Susan Penhaligon, Robert Helpmann, Rod Mullinar
  • Directors: Richard Franklin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, French, Spanish, Italian
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: Severin Films
  • DVD Release Date: March 25, 2014
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00I9N56WW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,848 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 14, 2008
Format: DVD
This three-movie collection of aussie spookers is well worth the price. PATRICK- A comatose murderer is still able to cause problems by using telekinesis. He becomes infatuated w/ his nurse (Susan Penhaligon) and his jealousy is unleashed on her husband and any male foolish enough to get involved w/ her. not much in the way of violence, but the story is pretty creepy. STRANGE BEHAVIOR- Teens are turning into psychotic murderers due to their involvement w/ experiments in behavior modification. Some bloody deaths and mutilations ensue. The finalé is a grabber! Michael Murphy (Batman Returns, Count Yorga, Vampire) plays the police chief who attempts to solve the killings. THIRST- A woman is abducted in order to be inducted into a cult of modern-day vampires. She soon learns that the compound where she's being held is actually a "blood dairy" where drugged, human cattle are held for milking! This one's a masterpiece! Henry Silva (Alligator) co-stars. THE AUSSIE HORROR COLLECTION is money well spent... P.S.- Vol. 2 is equally entertaining!...
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FINALLY! The complete Australian language version of Richard Franklin's gem from 1978!

An enigmatic young man kills his mother, and winds up in a coma in a private hospital. Enter the pretty nurse who discovers Patrick has capabilities no one seems to know (or admit) about.
For those that are thrill seekers, this film is not a fast-paced action-packed story. BUT, for those of us that appreciate characters over wild thrills, and enjoy careful buildups to a final reveal, this one is nicely done. There IS a reason it was an initial success and has gained a big cult following, people understood Franklin's intentions.

Sure, Patrick is not Citizen Kane, but it is a nice mystery with great performances, a keen sense of humour ("self-referential humour" as it has been described), and some rather strong adult content for what was supposed to be a PG-rated film, even back in 1978. I first saw it theatrically and was surprised by its content, but appreciated the homages to Hitchcock (which Franklin carefully points out in many scenes on the DVD's commentary), and Brian May's score has a nice Herrmann-esque feel. I was only disappointed that it was dubbed with American actors. Finally seeing this film in the original Australian language version on DVD made me like this film a lot more 25 years later.

Synapse's 2009 edition is anamorphic widescreen (Elite's out-of-print DVD is not) and has the basic extras: two theatrical trailers, a commentary by Franklin and writer Everett De Roche. There's an easy to find easter egg (on the Elite edition at least) that features cover art for different soundtrack releases as well. The filmographies are quite thorough, for fans of Australian cinema.
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Patrick is probably somewhat of a cult classic that just doesn't know it yet. I had always wanted to see this movie uncensored as a kid but was too young for that privilege. Fortunately, we all get to grow up sometime so I was pleased and a little surprised to find this film available on DVD at Amazon.com. I recently watched it fully uncensored for the first time and found myself rather captivated by the title character, who doesn't have to say a word to convey his emotions! I admired Kathy, the nurse who is the object of Patrick's latest obsessive fixation, and her brazen toughness in a psychiatric clinic whose authority figures can be described as strange, to say the least. A dark, haunted vibe seems to hang over the entire facility due to the "comatose" patient known as Patrick. The movie definitely has its creepy and chilling moments from which it is difficult to look away.
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This film is one of the creepiest, most suspenseful films you will ever watch. The "comatose" reviewer below must have been just that, because he needs to change his bong water. I would defy anyone to watch this movie and not be engrossed. Fine acting throughout, this isn't some chessy film by any stretch. If you liked a movie like "Dead Calm", for instance, you'll like this one.
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You have to put in the time and bear with the beginning, it can seem a little slow but when it starts ramping up....love it. I remember seeing this movie ages ago and loved it then and I still love it now....it definitely held up very well. Patrick is really terrific because you are actually afraid of someone in a coma??? How can that be? True suspense and great performances too. it must be so hard to play a comatose person and be frightening.....and he is. Definitely worth the watching.
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For the money I spent it was an alright. The acting in all three was a bit lackluster at times but nothing too horrendous.

Patrick was slow initially but picked up and is a descent flick about a man in a coma who uses his mind to control things. Patrick then falls for his new nurse who has a exhusband and dates a doctor. I wouldn't really call it a horror. I think it is more of a thriller.

Thirst was the second most enjoyable. The acting is rather flat at times. The movie centers around a cult who abducts a woman due to her bloodline so they can turn her into a vampire. It was an interesting idea but seemed rather awkward when the movie was explaining the milking process. The ending was satisfying and we got a giggle out of it. I enjoyed this the most out of the three in the collection.

Strange Behavior I found to be a stinker. The acting was simply horrid. Teenagers going to a clinic to take experimental drugs then running around killing. I couldn't get through it without fast forwarding it. The acting was that bad. Also, the thirteen year old girl the high school boys wanted to date looked alot oler than thirteen plus the idea of a highschool boy dating someone so much younger is somewhat ekk.
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