TV-MA | | Drama, Horror, Thriller
A couple tries to spice up their marriage in a remote lake house; after the husband dies unexpectedly, the wife is left handcuffed to their bed frame and must fight to survive and break free.
Gerald refers to the dog as Cujo, which is a reference to the Stephen King book by the same name.
People are safe from ghouls and ghosts and the living dead in the daylight. And they're usually safe from them at night, if they're with others. But a person alone in the dark... women alone in the dark are like open doors, Jessie, and if they ...
Jessie Burlingame: ...
During the talk Jessie has with her father in her room, they're shown sitting on the right side of the bed. After Jessie's father leaves the room, she collapses onto it. However, the next shot shows her lying down with her feet dangling from the left side of the bed.
In each of the main credits' screen, a letter G, O, C or N is styled with the bright half-circle of the eclipse, which defines the color of the fonts: Letters to the left of that one are "lit up" in yellow, less bright the farther they are; the other letters are red. The remaining credits also have an unusual lighting, scrolling over a bright circle so that some letters are suddenly clearer.