The Town That Dreaded Sundown [with The Evictors on DVD]
DON'T GET CAUGHT IN THIS TOWN AFTER SUNDOWN!
When two young lovers are savagely beaten and tortured on a back country road in Texarkana, local police are baffled. Three weeks later, two more people are slain in a similar setting and Deputy Norman Ramsey fears a pattern might be developing. Texas Ranger J.D. Morales (Ben Johnson, The Wild Bunch) is brought in to help.
The two officers must find "the Phantom Killer" before he can kill again. Also starring Andrew Prine (Grizzly) and Dawn Wells (Gilligan's Island), directed by Charles B. Pierce (The Legend Of Boggy Creek), and based on one of America's most baffling murder cases, this horrifying suspense thriller is a shocking experience you'll never forget.
SPECIAL BONUS FEATURE: DVD ONLY
Charles B. Pierce's THE EVICTORS (1979 / 92 min / PG)
A nice young couple move into an eerie house located in a small Louisiana town, unaware of its violent history. Soon they find themselves tormented by the previous owners. Vic Morrow (Combat!, Humanoids From The Deep), Michael Parks (Django Unchained, Argo) and Jessica Harper (Suspiria, Phantom Of The Paradise) star in this chilling horror film.
Why We Love It
"The Town That Dreaded Sundown and The Evictors is the perfect double feature for a humid summer night. Mix up a pitcher of sweet tea and hit play. The Town That Dreaded Sundownconveys the sense of horror of a senseless killer on the loose. The Evictors is a proper Southern Gothic horror film with a cast that can look scared." - Inside Pulse
Bonus Features for Blu-ray/DVD
- Audio Commentary With Justin Beahm And Historian Jim Presley
- Small Town Lawman – An Interview With Actor Andrew Prine
- Survivor Stories – An Interview With Actress Dawn Wells
- Eye Of The Beholder – An Interview With Director Of Photography James Roberson
- Theatrical Trailer
- Essay By Writer Brian Albright
- Poster & Still Gallery
PG / R
1976 / 1979
Cast & Crew
|Charles B. Pierce||Director|
|Charles B. Pierce||Actor|
|Charles B. Pierce||Producer|
|Earl E. Smith||Writer|
|Samuel Z. Arkoff||Producer|