Stephen King's Cat's Eye [Blu-ray] [1985]

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Stephen King's Cat's Eye [Blu-ray]  (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV)  (English/Spanish)  1985 - Larger Front
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Overall Customer Rating:
4.3
97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (30 out of 31)

Special Features

  • Feature-length Commentary by Director Lewis Teague
  • Plus Trailer

Synopsis

Cat's Eye
Cat's Eye is an uneven, tepid trilogy of stories written by Stephen King connected by a cat which appears at the beginning of each story. The best story, and first episode, concerns chain-smoker Morrison (James Woods) who joins a stop-smoking group run by sadistic Dr. Monatti, played with great relish by Alan King. In the second episode, a gambler named Cressner (Kenneth McMillan) makes a bet with his wife's lover. In the third episode, a young girl (Drew Barrymore) is terrorized by a tiny troll. Although he wrote the screenplay, Stephen King was disappointed with the results and thought the interconnection of the stories using the cat clumsy and distracting. Directer Lewis Teague does an average job of directing the confusing and sometimes foolish script. However, James Woods' fine performance and the special effects by Jeff Jarvis make the film worth a view. ~ Linda Rasmussen, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Drew Barrymore
    Drew Barrymore - Girl
  • James Woods
    James Woods - Morrison
  • Alan King
    Alan King - Dr. Donatti
  • Kenneth McMillan
    Kenneth McMillan - Cressner
  • Robert Hays
    Robert Hays - Norris

Overall Customer Rating

4.3 (31 Reviews)

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