Bad Dreams / Visiting Hours [Blu-ray] (1988, 1982) *RARE OOP COLLECTIBLE NEW*

Bad Dreams / Visiting Hours [Blu-ray] (1988, 1982) *RARE OOP COLLECTIBLE NEW*



In 1975, a cult called Unity Fields commits mass suicide in a horrific manner—by fire—at the behest of its psychopathic leader, Franklin Harris (Richard Lynch). Only one young woman named Cynthia (Jennifer Rubin), a child at the time of the fire, survives, though she lies in a coma for thirteen years.

After she wakes, Cynthia is plagued by horrific flashbacks of her childhood at Unity Fields, and is forced to attend experimental group therapy sessions for borderline personality disorder at the hospital led by Dr. Alex Karmen (Bruce Abbott). Cynthia’s visions become more vivid, and include Harris, who often appears to her with his flesh burnt. When her roommate, Miriam, is discharged from the hospital, Cynthia has a vision of Harris in the elevator with her; however, the doors close before she is able to warn her. Miriam is found dead on the sidewalk in front of the hospital, having leapt from a window in what appears to be a suicide.

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Unity Field, a "free love" cult from the '70s, is mostly remembered for its notorious mass suicide led by Harris (Richard Lynch), its charismatic leader. While all members are supposed to burn in a fire together, young Cynthia (Jennifer Rubin) is spared by chance. Years later, the nightmare of Unity Field remains buried in her mind. But when those around Cynthia start killing themselves, and she begins having visions of Harris, she may be forced to confront the past -- before it confronts her.
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Bad Dreams

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Directed by Andrew Fleming
Produced by Gale Anne Hurd
Screenplay by Andrew Fleming
Steven E. de Souza
Story by Andrew Fleming
Michael Dick
P.J. Pettiette
Yuri Zeltser
Music by Jay Ferguson
Cinematography Alexander Gruszynski
Edited by Jeff Freeman
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date
  • April 8, 1988
Running time
84 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $4,000,000 (Estimated)
Box office $9,797,098



A psychotic murderer searches for his next victim, a TV newswoman who survived an earlier attack, in a big-city hospital.
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Visiting Hours
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Directed by Jean-Claude Lord
Produced by Victor Solnicki
Claude Héroux
Pierre David
Written by Brian Taggert
Music by Jonathan Goldsmith
Cinematography René Verzier
Edited by Jean-Claude Lord
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date
  • May 28, 1982 (US)
Running time
105 minutes
Country Canada
Language English
Budget CA$5.5 million
Box office $13.3 million

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