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Solid 70's thriller that got lost in the shuffle. John Carpenter does a solid job to keep the pace going and keep the film suspenseful.
The film generates some nice suspense but its finale really doesn't live up to your expectations.
i liked this movie about a creepy stalker. but, this is the sort of thing that i like, its not for everyone
If you want to see John Carpenter do a made-for-tv knock-off of Rear Window, and have it not look or feel like a John Carpenter movie at all, dig in.
This obscure relatively unknown thriller by John Carpenter is pretty good actually. Originally made for television in the late 70s (around the same time as Carpenter made "Halloween"), this thriller is like the opposite of "Rear Window"...what if you are the one being watched? Carpenter handles the material well, and the film is engaging from beginning to end. It's creepy, has some genuine scares, and nice mystery plot. I think this was only released theatrically overseas, and I think it is a well-made flick that shouldn't be as forgotten as it seems to be.
Carpenter's consummate craftsmanship--Worthy homage to the likes of Argento and Hitchcock!!
A bland t.v. movie that shows some directorial flair utilizing Hitchcock's 'Rear Window' to some effect. But the problem is Lauren Hutton's performance is so lousy and unconvincing that the film sinks to the point of no return.
O filme se sustenta como um suspense eficiente, apesar da fraca atuação de Lauren Hutton, que interpreta uma protagonista igualmente sem graça.
A John Carpenter TV movie that has a lot of suspense but not a lot going on. At least you get some Barbeau and Seinfeld's Uncle Leo playing a peeping Tom.
An entertaining and exciting thriller that proves Carpenter's talent. This is a TV movie that rise above the rest.