R | | Action, Comedy, Horror
A group of people try to survive when machines start to come alive and become homicidal.
In the game room of DIXIE BOY truck stop, they had a Bally Night Rider pinball game, and a Williams Pokerino (also had a few video games: A Cinematronics Star Castle, Atari Tempest Cocktail and a Konami Time Pilot '84 in a Stern cabinet). Fairly early on in the movie, the Night Rider playfield glass smashes itself, and very late in the movie, for a split second, you can see the games being plowed into by a semi truck.
Man At Cashpoint:
Honey, come on over here, sugarbuns. This machine just called me an asshole.
When the camera is in front of the Goblin truck, you can see the reflection of the camera car in the shiny bumper.
There are many deleted scenes from the film that are mentioned throughout literature and seen in photo stills from the film. Stephen King has mentioned on several occasions that the film was heavily cut to avoid an X rating from the MPAA. King has also spoken of showing the uncut version to fellow horror director George Romero and was quoted as saying that it made Mr. Romero sick. The removed shots were:
$3,205,644 (USA) (27 July 1986)