Crawlspace Movie 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.

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Crawlspace Rating

" Grim "

Rating: R, 1986

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