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as Jonathan Stryker
as Samantha Sherwood
as Brooke Parsons
as Laurian Summers
as Patti O'Connor
as Tara Demillo
as Christie Burns
as Tara DeMillo
as Dr. Pendleton
as Amanda's Boyfriend
as TV Laugher
as Ward Attendant
Critic Reviews for Curtains
It's a mess, but an entertaining one thanks to Ciupka's visual ambition and ensemble work from the oddball cast, who deliver the proper level of hysteria to assist what little suspense remains.
Synapse's impressive, nearly pristine Blu-ray presentation reopens Curtains for a fresh round of appreciation for its slapdash charms.
On the positive side, there's Vernon and Eggar even being in the film. I enjoy these veteran actors and wish they had more to do. You can also argue the killer's mask is pretty scary. And, at least, the ice skating murder is original.
[Blu-ray Review] Packed with quality special features on top of an already awe-inspiring A/V presentation, Synapse Films' "Curtains" Blu-ray should be an essential addition to everyone's collection. A MUST-OWN.
The closer one peers into the weird and macabre pleasures of "Curtains," the more its technical mastery and subtextual implications reveal themselves.
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Audience Reviews for Curtains
A thriller and a slasher horror movie. I enjoyed it. There are some really creepy scenes, and strange things that happen to confuse you about the killer. It's not a really great movie, but it's good for a lesser known slasher flick.
Wildly uneven 80's slasher with huge gaps in both logic and plot. The mask and the toilet scene however are to be commended.
Decent film with a somewhat cool killer, atmosphere, music, and the storyline that make it worth watching. .
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