A local teen football star (Peter Berg) catches a serial killer / cable TV repairman, condemning him to the electric chair — only this bad guy has found the Satanic loophole to transform him into radio waves/electricity in order to continue his murderous ways after his execution.
What’s your list? What’s your plan for horror movie watching this year? If you’re keeping a list or participating in the Hooptober / 31 Days of Horror 2019 challenge, I’ll link you in the header for my posts. Just leave a note with a link in the comments. Together we shall overcome… or we’ll be the losers knocked off in the first act to establish the killer’s indomitable menace. It’s more comforting to know you’re not doing this alone.
It’s November 26th. I’ve written 18 reviews for my 31 Days of Horror. At the rate I’m writing these things I won’t be done by 2019. I don’t want that. You don’t want that. So let’s make some magic.
The police proceduralness of it all comes to a head in a scene featuring police pathologist Casey Kasem who dutifully informs a gaggle of cops that the perpetrator has gray skin. GRAY SKIN! Set the world afire with your far out observations, Shaggy.
Hold That Ghost winks, nods and holds the flashlight up to the “spooks.” We must always believe that Lou is legitimately frightened and that Bud is dismissive and skeptical. It’s all good clean fun, except for the dead bodies.