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April 26, 2009

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Kevin

The moral is: Beware of neighbors. Anything can set them off in a homicidal rage.

Charlie

Delightful little gem from an era of experimentation.

doomsday fartshadow

great little analogy for wars and border disputes over resources or beliefs. pleasantly shocked at how cartoony the violence against the babies was....!

spaceboy5367

my dad brought this home from the library on reel. it must have been late 70's/early 80's...it's been so long now i don't remember, but suffice it to say, i was just a teeny-weeny young lad, a tot if you will. i don't remember much from that long ago but i do remember this film, vividly. it scared me and made me cry. i may have even peed my pants. looking back, i realize now just how much of a pussy i must've been!

spaceboy5367

oh yeah, randy quaid starred in a film...i think it was called "the neighbor" for HBO(?) it's sort of an expanded remake of this film. really good. i've always wondered if it would come out on dvd, don't know if it ever did. did anybody see this besides me? great little film! late 80's/early 90's?

Percy Trout

Not once did those two stop to check their i-phones.

doomsday fartshadow

and they didn't Twitter passive aggressive veiled statements about each other either. it was a golden age.

zombie kid

i like turtles

Brad Nelson

NFB films underlined my childhood insomnia. I spent many nights shaking beneath their weight, or maybe everything else was shaking and I was perfectly still, etc.

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