"A low budget horror flick that slowly works its way under your skin and becomes deeply entrenched in your mind and somehow, your friggin' heart. One of the most unappreciated b-movie horror films I've ever seen. It gets to ya.
"Deathdream Director: Bob Clark
Producers: Bob Clark, Peter James, John Trent
Script: Alan Ormsby
Photo: Jack McGowan
Music: Carl Zittrer
Starrings: John Marley, Lynn Carlin, Richard Backus, Anya Ormsby, Michael Mazes, Henderson Forsythe, Jane Daly, Arthur Anderson, Arthur Bradley, David Gawlikowski
A young Soldier is killed in the line of duty in Vietnam. That same night, the soldier returns home, brought back by his Mother's wishes that he "Don't Die"! Upon his Return, Andy sits in his room, "
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"Bob Clark on todellinen kulttinimi. Mustalla Joululla katsojiaan järkyttänyt ohjaaja tuli 70-luvulla tunnetuksi pienistä, mutta tehokkaista kauhuelokuvista. Deathdream on todella hyvin alitajuntaan jäävä kokemus, joka kuvastaa loistavasti sodanraadollisuuden sekä antaa hyvän näkökulman luopumisen hankaluudesta. Zombiteema on erittäin onnistunut tekosyy repiä kaikki sodanarvet auki. Tämän Clark tekee taiten, kuvasto on rankkaa, muttei mässäile verellä. Tunnelma luodaan pikemminki"
“Also named "Dead of Night" and "Night Walk"; this 1974 movie directed by Bob Clark starring Richard Backus as Andy Brooks, a Vietnam veteran who comes home with a devastating secret.. He's Dead! Killed during battle overseas, his body is kept in motion through the thoughts and prayers of his mother telling him not to die; only this is not the same young man shipped off to war his mother used to know and love. Andy stays in his room and avoids contact with almost everyone, yet ventures out in the night to commit horrid acts of murder. As bodies begin to stack up and evidence points more and more at the Brooks residence, Andy's father begins to question him and his nightly activities. Instead of kicking down doors and taking no prisoners, police officers talk to Andy's father and let him kno” read more