Jason T. >>
Not bad for a 39 year old Movie. I thought it was the original you were talking about.Usually once you have seen the movie it stays with you. It was on the late, late show in '77 and my Mom made sure my sisters were in bed so they couldn't watch it but she had heard stuff about it from others and decided to watch it herself. She was up all night reading afterwards. Couldn't go to sleep. I asked her why didn't she stop watching it. I knew why she didn't stop watching it. Because you can't. Well she said it was like a train wreck. You just couldn't look away. She had my brother and me in bed with her for a week afterwards. Dad didn't say anything about it. Because he had seen the movie after getting out of 'Nam and had the craziest dreams about it. He was having crazy dreams anyways. If he had been home my Mom probably wouldn't of watched that movie. He was on the road trucking. My dad still refuses to watch it. I watched it the day before yesterday and he wouldn't watch it. He left actually. Didn't even want to listen to it. Back to topic.
Yep, that's the one I saw as well. It's rated as the third most scariest movie, on the top 10 scariest movie list.
Not bad for a 39 year old Movie. I thought it was the original you were talking about.