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Posted on: March 19, 2013

Genres: Horror , Mystery , Thriller
Actors: James Brolin , Kathleen Lloyd , John Marley , R.G. Armstrong , John Rubinstein , Elizabeth Thompson , Roy Jenson , Kim Richards , Kyle Richards , Kate Murtagh , Robert Phillips , Doris Dowling , Henry O’Brien , Eddie Little Sky , Lee McLaughlin
Director: Elliot Silverstein
Country: United States
Year: 1977
IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 (4078 votes)

While traveling through the desert nearby the small town of Santa Ynez on their bicycles to camp, two teenage bicyclers are murdered by a mysterious black car. Then the car hit-and-run a hitchhiker and the crime is witnessed by the local Amos Clements. Sheriff Everett puts his men in alert and plans road blocks in the area to arrest the murderer. Sooner he becomes a victim of the car and Sheriff Wade Parent begins a hunting of the vehicle that is threatening his town and seems to be impossible to be located. When his beloved girlfriend and teacher Lauren challenges the driver in a cemetery, the car hunts her in her home and Wade realizes that he might be dealing with supernatural powers.

Film Review

Okay, I just throw in the towel, IMDb-wise. I could take reading only two pages of these insane "underrated classic" "this movie scared me as a kid" comments before I wanted to vomit on the ground. WHAT MOVIE ARE YOUR PEOPLE WATCHING? Because it certainly isn't The Car, one of the stupidest, poorest wastes of celluloid ever made. From James Brolin's inept performance, to Kathy Lloyd's ridiculous taunting of The Car, to Ronny Cox and R.G. Armstrong looking like they stepped in dog droppings, this thing lumbers along from one inane scene to another. The dialog is from hunger, and the direction is shockingly bad (I do like some of Mr. Silverstein's films – well, Cat Ballou anyway). I guess when people see a terrible film when they're six or something, reality never interferes with their fond memories – it's one thing to say "this movie scared me as a kid", it's entirely another to not have the smarts to say, "Well, I watched …

I can fault this silly, quintessentially '70s rip-off of Duel and The Exorcist for so many things, including: 1. Its indecisive vacillations between slasher film and human-interest piece (the sex lives of small-town cops: next on A Current Affair!)2. Obnoxious lead Kathleen Lloyd and her histrionics — especially that James Cagney impression! Ugh!3. The clumsy and halfhearted handling of its demonic possession angle (though I am convinced that the Jamiroquai song "Black Devil Car" was inspired by this film).However, director Silverstein gives this otherwise tumefied and corny affair the sleekest feel possible, thanks to adequate production design — including the menacing titular vehicle — and some well-executed photography (I love the long-distance shots of the car screaming through the New Mexican desert landscapes). A solid performance by James Brolin plus an early appearance by Kyle Richards (who would go on to play little Lindsay Wallace in John Carpenter's Hal…

While traveling through the desert nearby the small town of Santa Ynez on their bicycles to camp, two teenage bicyclers are murdered by a mysterious black car. Then the car hit-and-run a hitchhiker and the crime is witnessed by the local Amos Clements (R.G. Armstrong). Sheriff Everett (John Marley) puts his men in alert and plans road blocks in the area to arrest the murderer. Sooner he becomes a victim of the car and Sheriff Wade Parent (James Brolin) begins a hunting of the vehicle that is threatening his town and seems to be impossible to be located. When his beloved girlfriend and teacher Lauren (Kathleen Lloyd) challenges the driver in a cemetery, the car hunts her in her home and Wade realizes that he might be dealing with supernatural powers.The cult "The Car" is a supernatural tale of a creepy car that apparently might be driven by the devil himself. The entertaining story is visibly inspired in "Duel" and is inconclusive, and the viewer never knows for sur…

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