Cauchemares

Opening Thoughts

Also Called:
Cathy’s Curse
Date:
1977
Stars:
Alan Scarfe

Beverely Murray

Randi Allen
Writers:
Myra Clêment

Eddy Malton

Alain Sens-Cazenave
Director:
Eddy Matalon
WRC Score:
2.5/4

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Note: 
First posted in
a different form
on July 18, 2013.

On the subject of Cauchemares I have very little to say.  Which is an odd thing to say at the start of a long-winded coverage of a flick.  Allow me to explain.

What I know about this movie amounts to very little.  One of many Canadian film that came out of the Seventies, it came and went from the theaters back in 1977.  It might have been a tax write off.  It might have been a lot of things.

Beyond that, its history is a mystery to me.

Coming at it from a personal angle finds me in a similar bind. About the only thing I can say is that this was the first movie I picked for this site, back in June 29, 2009.  No reason for it.  Just looked interesting.  Or, at least, interesting enough to watch.

A reason that has proven time and again in this blog’s life as about the worst one possible to watch any film.

As implied above, this meat of this coverage of Cauchemares, comes from my second and in all likelihood last viewing.  The first part covers my viewing experience and synopsize the film.  The second gives whatever meager thoughts the film inspires.  It might be an odd way of doing this, but it works for me.  Hopefully it will work for you.

Odds are great what follows on the next page will be the most fun you’ll ever have with this particular flick…

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