Crawlspace

"Grim"

Crawlspace Review


Old-fashioned horror -- plotless, goofily gory, and a few boobies for the perusing. Klaus Kinski stars as a nice old man who rents rooms in his house to young ladies -- only he's a masochistic ex-Nazi with a penchant for crawling around in the heating ducts to ogle them, at least while he's not designing bizarre instruments of torture or caring for the poor sap he keeps in a cage. Sad performances and a meandering plot -- if that -- make this a pass, but it's good for a couple of cheap thrills and a fond reminder of why horror flicks have gotten so bad. Originally in 3-D.
Crawlspace

Facts and Figures

Run time: 80 mins

In Theaters: Wednesday 21st May 1986

Distributed by: MGM

Production compaines: IFC Films

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

IMDB: 5.2 / 10

Cast & Crew

Producer:

Starring: Eddie Baroo as Fourpack, Justin Batchelor as Sinister Man, Nicholas Bell as Caesar, John Brumpton as Elvis, Amber Clayton as Eve, Ditch Davey as Romeo, John Brumpton as Elvis, Leslie Simpson as John McKinny, Fletcher Humphrys as Kid, Peta Sergeant as Wiki


Contactmusic


Links