TNT102: DREAM STALKER (1991)
Dir. Christopher Mills
After a fashion model's boyfriend dies during a motocross race his disfigured ghost begins stalking her in her dreams — hence the title — while knocking off anyone else who's on screen for more than 60 seconds.
You know you've got a TNT film on your hands when someone gets murdered on the toilet… DREAM STALKER is a SOV wonder from Sacramento, CA dredged from the dozens of cheap knock-offs designed to cash in on the phenomenally popular Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. Replete with Jean Rollin-esque dream logic, undead prophylactic malfunctions, and sound so bad the DVD comes with a subtitle option, DREAM STALKER is the only film that definitively answers the question «What if Freddy Krueger was my asshole cousin from Plano instead of a pedophile janitor?»
Smear some L.A. Looks in your mullet and join us Tuesday, July 11th for another descent into the abyss of shot on video horror courtesy of Josh Johnson and the good people at Intervision Picture Corp.
FREE ADMISSION means more money for beer. Show starts 9:15ish.