Cat's Eye (1985)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Horror, Thriller


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A stray cat is the linking element of three tales of suspense and horror.


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10 February 2000 | mystic80
An underrated Stephen King film that's in homage to "The Twilight Zone"
Stephen King adapted two of his short stories and wrote the third into this screenplay of suspense. The first story concerns a man (James Woods) trying to quit smoking by signing up for a clinic. That clinic just happens to be run by the mafia and they literally mean quit smoking with a seriously tough employee (Alan King) behind it. Even if it means tampering with your family's lives. The second concerns an again tennis pro (Robert Hays) who takes on the game of his life after having an affair with a mobster who is a gambling addict. The third follows a cat trying to protect a little girl whose being terrorised by a little demon jester. The suspense is good. Alan King is very good as the seriously tough employee and Woods is always good.

The second is very good with a surprising twist at the end and the third is a take on of old fairy tales where good triumphs over evil.

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Budget:

$7,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$3,451,191 14 April 1985

Gross USA:

$13,086,298

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$13,086,298

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