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Cujo 1983

From Amazon: This 1983 adaptation of the Stephen King horror novel is the anti-Beethoven, the story of a rabid St. Bernard that terrorizes a community, tears up a few folks, and goes after a woman and her son. Once the point has been made that big, lovable Cujo has been bitten by a rabid bat, there isn't much more to say. The film is essentially a linear progression of doggy violence, though director Lewis Teague (The Jewel of the Nile)--building on King's implication that we all know what it's like to be afraid of a big, scary pooch--succeeds at making the fear almost primitive for an audience. --Tom Keogh (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsLewis Teague
Written By:
No image existsLauren Currier
No image existsDon Carlos Dunaway
No image existsDee Wallace Stone
No image existsDaniel Hugh-Kelly
No image existsEd Lauter
No image existsChristopher Stone
No image existsKaiulani Lee
No image existsMills Watson
No image existsJerry Hardin
No image existsBilly Jacoby
No image existsSandy Ward
No image existsRobert Behling
No image existsDanny Pintauro

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Cujo Movie Review by Martin (7/5/2011)

As a movie fan. "Cujo" is a rarity too me. In that I actually read the book before seeing the movie (usually I hunt out the book if I enjoyed the film).

I Found this film a vast improvement on the book, which had so much extra un-needed crap tacked onto it that a film adaption feels as though it was planned before the...

(complete Cujo review by Martin)

Cujo Movie Review by Jarrod (6/29/2007)

What makes Cujo so terrifying is that it is actually grounded somewhat in reality. A rabid St. Bernard could feasibly do most of the things in this movie, from killing people, to using its bulk to ram into doors. The claustrophobic nature of the story, with Dee Wallace Stone trapped in car, with her young son Tad,...

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Cujo Movie Review by Movie Addict (6/14/2007)

It's 24 years old, but it still packs a punch. No special effects, no CGI, just a rabid dog is enough to instill terror to the point of passing out.

Stephen King wrote this horror movie and I can imagine the real horror of Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial) as she was trapped in a car that didn't appear too much...

(complete Cujo review by Movie Addict)

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