The Car

Release Date: 05 December 2005 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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Sheriff Wade Parent is a man who must stop a large, black 2-door sedan from terrorising a small New Mexican town. No one knows the car's origin, who is driving it, or how to stop it. After it kills three people, the Sheriff must find a way to stop this seemingly indestructible machine. Who is behind the wheel? Could it be...Satan? That may be the case given that late Church of Satan leader Anton LaVey was given a 'Technical Advisor' credit on the film! Though a chorus of jeers greeted it when it surfaced in 1977, 'The Car' is an oddly gripping and altogether unconventional horror film. From the director of 'A Man Called Horse' and a script co-written by Michael Butler, writer of 'Pale Rider'.
Release Date: 05 December 2005
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced

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Main Language: English

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A spooky car with an unknown driver (remember Duel?)

A seemingly indestructable vehicle out to destroy all in its path. Is the driver the Devil? Far-fetched but strangely compelling in an offbeat way.

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