The Tommyknockers

Stephen King's hit book is the basis for this fright film about residents of a New England town who discover a strange object in the nearby woods. The object's unearthly powers soon threaten the town's residents. Jimmy Smits stars as the alocoholic poet who is about to become an iunlikely hero. Co-produced by the NZ Film Commission and filmed in New Zealand, look out for plenty of familiar faces in supporting roles.

Year: 1993
Genre: Horror Movies, Aliens Among Us!, Supernatural, Stephen King
Country: NZ, USA
Director: John Power
Starring: John Ashton, Marg Helgenberger, Jimmy Smits, Allyce Beasley, Robert Carradine, Joanna Cassidy, Annie Corley, Traci Lords
Duration: 120 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains low level violence.
Location in store: Horror



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