PG | | Horror
A group of young friends stranded at a secluded roadside museum are stalked by a masked assailant who uses his telekenetic powers to control the attraction's mannequins.
In his 1981 semi-autobiographical book, "Danse Macabre", famed horror author Stephen King called this film a "sleeper" and a "gem." This is interesting because in many ways, the film copies from Carrie (1976), specifically with the telekinetic central character.
You're so pretty.
The amount of plaster on Tina's face.
In the credits, Mr. Slausen is spelled differently than on all of the signs in the movie with his name.
The Blu-Ray releases from Full Moon Features in the United States and 88 Films in the United Kingdom are missing 5 minutes of footage.