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Equinox (Oct-1970)

Director: Jack Woods

Writers: Mark Thomas McGee; Jack Woods

Producer: Jack H. Harris

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank Bonner
Actor
28-Feb-1942   Herb Tarlek on WKRP
Fritz Leiber
Author
24-Dec-1910 5-Sep-1992 Ship of Shadows

CAST

Starring
Edward Connell   ...   Dave
Barbara Hewitt   ...   Susan
Frank Bonner   ...   Jim
Robin Christopher   ...   Vicki
and
Jack Woods   ...   Asmodeus
with
Jim Phillips   ...   Reporter
Fritz Leiber   ...   Dr. Waterman
Patrick Burke   ...   Branson
Jim Duron   ...   Orderly
and
Sharon Gray   ...   Supporting Cast
Louis Clayton   ...   Supporting Cast
Norvelle Brooks   ...   Supporting Cast
Irving L. Lichtenstein   ...   Supporting Cast

REVIEWS

Review by Jessica (posted on 22-Feb-2005)

I have seen this film several times in the 25 years or so and every time I see it I find it to be a little creepier than the last. It's truly spooky. This was a student-made film that took several years to finish. It is better than your standard student project but sub-par as a wide theatrical release (think Blair Witch Project). The special effects are terrible and it has some loose ends but the premise is attention-getting and some parts of this film really will make you jump. Watch out for the sheriff... what a freak! For those who love their horror as camp, this film is for you.


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