The Car (1977)

The Car (1977)

Country: USA

Director: Elliot Silverstein

Main Stars: James Brolin, Kathleen Lloyd, John Marley, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, R.G. Armstrong

Storyline: A black possessed car haunts people of a small town

MV5BMTYxMDAxNjk2MV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMjM1MzgxMQ@@__V1_SY317_CR1,0,214,317_AL_Review (Spoils): A couple of kids and a hitchhiker are all part of a hit and run and this draws the police and investigators on a man hunt for the driver of a car. Everyone is on a hunt for the black sedan with the mystery driver. Police officer Wade Parent (James Brolin) is the man on the investigation (while he sleeps with a school teacher and tries to raise two young girls) in this off beat town where everyone is sleeping with each other, drunk or slapping each other around.

We have a black sedan that loves to reeve the engine, run over people, smash people, blow its horn, hitting people with its doors and pretend that it’s pissed…oh and it hates graveyards. This film is actually entertaining and man that’s one mean car as it take bullets, flies through the air and built from Hell.

Rating: first off you need to be drinking to enjoy this film. Does that make it a bad film? Hell no it’s entertaining and to be honest as fun as Christine. We favourite part of the film is the scene with Kathleen Lloyd within the house when the car attacks. You can’t make this shit up you need you see it to believe it. Man I enjoy the 70s of horror gets some beers and throw this one for some devil driving entertainment.

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6/10 Beers!

Yacker

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