PG-13 | | Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
During the summer of 1979, a group of friends witness a train crash and investigate subsequent unexplained events in their small town.
Steven Spielberg (a producer of the production) was reportedly on set many times throughout the course of filming. Director J.J. Abrams and Spielberg have both gone on record stating that the filming of this production was some of the most fun they have ever had on set.
I'm so worried for that boy.
Mr. Kaznyk: Joe's gonna be okay.
Mrs. Kaznyk: She was everything to him.
Mr. Kaznyk: Jack's gonna step up. He's a good man.
Mrs. Kaznyk: But he's never had to be a father before. I don't think he understands Joe.
The sheriff's deputies were all wearing semi-automatic pistols. In 1979 (the year the movie takes place) revolvers were by far the most common side arm of American law enforcement. While there are rare examples of law enforcement carrying semi-auto pistols during the 70s (the Illionois State Police adopted the Smith and Wesson model 39 in 1968), it was the mid to late 80s before semi-auto pistols became widely used, especially among smaller, rural agencies. Some agencies did allow for officers to carry personal sidearms, including the semi-auto pistols of the day, and you might see an occasional officer doing so, but this would not account for every deputy of a small, rural agency carrying them.
Charles's completed zombie movie is shown during the closing credits.
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