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Another Stephen King chiller. The Trenton family have recently moved to Castle Rock, Maine, to escape the pressures of city life. When Donna Trenton (Dee Wallace Stone) and her son Ted (Danny Pintauro) break down in the middle of nowhere, they are attacked by the normally docile neighbourhood dog, Cujo. The huge St Bernard has been transformed into a rabid animal after being bitten by a bat.
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The acting is way above average for a reasonably low budget horror movie, but the main star is Cujo, if the rabid dog hadn't been so convincing then the movie would have been a disaster. Dee Wallace plays Donna, she is excellent and shows a great range of emotions as the terrified mother trying to protect her son. As a huge horror fan, Dee Wallace has been a favourite actress of mine for a long time having starred in The Stepford Wives, The Howling, Critters, Popcorn and The Frightners. 6 year old Danny Pintauro gave a very decent performance as Tad, just after making Cujo he went on to appear for nearly 10 years as Jonathan Bower in Who's The Boss? It was directed by Lewis Teague, the director of Alligator, Cat's Eye, Jewel In The Nile and a guilty pleasure of mine called Navy Seals. He's a very capable director and he really keeps the tension turned all the way up once Cujo attacks, and in lesser hands the film could have become boring.Read more ›
Stephen King does it again!
The film is one of the most underated stephen king adaptations going and is a brisk, chilling and highly suspensful movie that needs to be in your collection if you like horror movies, and this is the version to buy.
WEll first off great audio and picture quality, in fact probably the best going. Secondly 16x9/ 1:85:1 widecreen the way it was MENT TO BE SEEN. Thirdly an excellent audio commentary from director Lewis Teague and finally a three part making of with cast and crew including dee wallace stone.
Seriously, ditch the god awful full screen, bare bones crappy releases and treat yourself to this. (so long as you have a multi-region player)
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A great film for its time, it was enjoyed by all. Not suitable for children though.Published 11 days ago by Jane Short
I brought this DVD to add to my Stephen Kings collection! I have lots of his films as he is brilliant and this film was a big hit! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mazza jones 1978