Horror • R • 1983 • 1 hr 50 min
My third favorite Carpenter film. It’s simple, yet so great. It’s a jealous killer car. What more do you want??
Has some great effects and the theme is great
John Carpenter and Stephen King. Enough said.
Solid John Carpenter film that's worth it for stand-out scenes such as the "Show me" and engulfed in flames chase scene.
I fell in love with this badass car just like Keith Gordon’s Arnie did, another great Carpenter score fuels this petrol powered classic
Like this alot. Was a smooth watch. The story was great, the effects were cool, the synth was very Halloween. Great soundtrack, too. Watch.
Like most Stephen King stories, it’s bizarre, provocative, and eerily true in a dream like way. Relatable, creepy, surreal.
Not as memorable as other SK adaptations or John Carpenter films, BUT it still has perfect horror movie elements that stand out.
A movie about a killer car should not be this human and mind-meltingly well directed, but it is.
This a really good horror movie that feels more advanced then it.
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