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I saw this as a kid and it freaked the heck out of me. Saw it again recently and it was as weird as ever.
For a TV thriller it was very well done and well acted. A creepy atmosphere and superb character development. A total gem from the 1970s.
Another TV-Terror Collection Movie from the early 70s like Bad Ronald, a real terror treat. It is scary at the same times dark and humorous. It can be a little spooky, but what can ya expect from TV-Movie Terror Collection. Definetly pick this up.
[i]Crawlspace[/i] is a creepy made-for-TV flick from the 70s now available on DVD for the first time by the fine folks at Wild Eye Releasing.
Albert and Alice Graves are a retired elderly couple who discover a wild-looking homeless man named Richard living in the crawlspace of their basement. At first they are a little worried and ponder ways to get rid of him but eventually their sympathetic side gets the better of them (as well as Alices motherly tendencies) and they take him in. First they begin leaving food outside his hole and then Alice even knits him a wee jumper for Xmas. In return Richard helps around the house, mainly chopping wood (he seems have a thing for axes).
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