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After a bizarre and near fatal encounter with a serial killer, a television newswoman is sent to a remote mountain resort whose residents may not be what they seem.
In one scene, Erle Kenton (John Carradine) mentions UFOs and cattle mutilation. Around the time he wrote the screenplay for "The Howling", John Sayles was also working on a screenplay for Steven Spielberg known as "Night Skies", which involved UFOs and cattle mutilation. However, the ... ...
Dr. George Waggner:
Repression. Repression is the father of neurosis, of self-hatred. Now, stress results when we fight against our impulses. We've all heard people talk about animal magnetism, the natural man. the noble savage, as if we'd lost something valuable in ...
Slim Pickens is shot twice with the shots coming almost on top of each other in quick succession. However, he is shot with a manual bolt-action rifle making that impossible.
A burger being fried on a grill plays out over the closing credits.
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