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Format: DVD
Sku: 206832951
UPC: 025195027571
UPC 14: 00025195027571
Rating: Game Rating Code
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What Evil Drives...
Is it a phantom, a demon, or the devil himself? Sheriff wade parent is on a mission to stop a monstrous, black sedan that roared out at the desert without warning and mercilessly began to terrorize the residents of a small new mexican town.

"For fans of Christine, this one should be right up your alley.  Shawn Crosby, DVD Cult
"Good score and okay crash sequences...  The Motion Picture Guide

Editor's Note
James Brolin stars as Sheriff Wade Parent, a man who must stop a large, black 2-door sedan from terrorizing a small New Mexican town. No one knows the car's origin, who is driving it, or how to stop it. After it kills three people, the Sheriff must find a way to stop this seemingly indestructible machine. Who is behind the wheel? Could it be...Satan? That may be the case given that late Church of Satan leader Anton LaVey was given a 'Technical Advisor' credit on the film! Though it was greeted by a chorus of jeers when it surfaced in 1977, THE CAR is an oddly gripping and altogether unconventional horror film. From the director of A MAN CALLED HORSE and a script co-written by Michael Butler, writer of PALE RIDER.


Video Features DVD, Dolby, Digital Audio, Mono Audio, English

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Universal
Video Release Date Release Date: 10/1/2013
Video Play Time Running Time: 97 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1977
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 61103503
Video UPC UPC: 00025195027571
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  2.35:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info James Brolin
Video Cast Info John Marley
Video Cast Info Kathleen Lloyd
Video Cast Info Ronny Cox
Video Cast Info Elliot Silverstein - Director
Video Cast Info Elliot Silverstein - Producer
Video Cast Info Gerald Hirschfeld - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Leonard Rosenman - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Lloyd S. Papez - Art Director
Video Cast Info Marvin Birdt - Producer
Video Cast Info Michael Butler, et. al. - Writer
Video Cast Info Michael McCroskey - Editor

Professional Reviews

The Video Vacuum 7 of 10
So there's a deadly, demonic, driverless car driving around a small desert town turning jaywalkers into pancakes and filling potholes with brain matter...Since everyone knows that possessed cars can't enter hallowed ground, the townsfolk camp out in a local graveyard so they don't get turned into roadkill while sheriff James Brolin and Small Desert Town, USA's finest (including John Marley from Deathdream and Ronny Cox from Robocop) track the car down and try to give it a parking ticket...Some of the scenes of the car stalking it's prey are pretty intense (especially the opening sequence) and feature negative POV shots of the evil auto. Unfortunately you got to sit through a lot of inane lovey dovey bullshit featuring Brolin trying to get his daughters to warm up to his new girlfriend (Kathleen Lloyd from It Lives Again), tons of boring police procedure malarkey and plenty of Indian mumbo jumbo before you get to the good stuff...Brolin is OK in the lead, but all his charisma is in his moustache. He would later go on to face the ultimate terror when he married Barbara Streisand. Lloyd is pretty hilarious when she taunts the car by calling it a "psycho idiot horse's ass!", but it's R.G. (Predator) Armstrong who gets the movie's best line: "I'm going to shove that horn so far up your ass you'll be farting music for a year!" - Mitch Lovell

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