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Cat's Eye
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Cat's Eye 1985

description written by member Zara:

Three different horror stories written by Stephen King are all bonded together by a stray cat.

Release Date:April 12th, 1985
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:94 minutes
Box Office Gross: $13,086,298 (US)
$0 (World)
Directed By:
No image existsLewis Teague
Written By:
Stephen KingStephen King
Drew BarrymoreDrew Barrymore
James WoodsJames Woods
No image existsAlan King
No image existsRobert Hays
Candy ClarkCandy Clark
No image existsKenneth McMillan
No image existsJames Naughton
No image existsCharles S. Dutton
No image existsTony Munafo
No image existsJames Rebhorn

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Cat's Eye Movie Review by Zombie Boy (12/20/2007)

Yet another King anthology, and one that stands up really well, despite its age.

Of the three stories presented, two are from his Night Shift anthology (Quitters, Inc. and The Ledge) and I am pretty sure The General was written specifically for the film. Though I could be wrong.

References abound, here. In Quitters,...

(complete Cat's Eye review by Zombie Boy)

Cat's Eye Movie Review by Zara (6/29/2007)

Stephen King has always had a sense of humour in his writing and the greatest aspect of this movie is that it picks up on that. From James Woods watching THE DEAD ZONE (with Walken, not the TV show) in the first of the three short stories within this movie, to the mom in the third story reading King's "Pet Cemetery," the...

(complete Cat's Eye review by Zara)

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