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The Last House on the Left

Cast

Sandra Peabody, Lucy Grantham, David Hess, Fred J. Lincoln View All


Crew

Wes Craven (Director), Ulla Isaksson (Writer) View All

Release: Aug. 30th, 1972
Runtime: 1 hour, 24 minutes
Two teenage girls try to buy marijuana in the city - where they get kidnapped and brutalized by a gang of psychotic convicts.
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0 The Last House on the Left(1972) VS. The Last House on the Left(2009)
The original is a movie I can go two ways about same as the remake. The original is very effective in the suspenseful and dramatic scenes, but I can never understand why the two dumb silly cops were p...
0 The Last House on the Left(1972) VS. The Last House on the Left(2009)
The original is a movie I can go two ways about same as the remake. The original is very effective in the suspenseful and dramatic scenes, but I can never understand why the two dumb silly cops were ...
3 The Last House On The Left
Now, I've never seen the orginal, but the trailer for this seemed really good to me. I'm going to be seeing it later today, so I hope to like it....
3 Last House on the Left
This looks amazing! I'm really, really impressed that a remake of a classic horror flick like this is coming across as a really solid looking film. What're your thoughts on the trailer? Couldn't f...
5 What do you think of The Last House on the Left (1972)?
It's one of those movies I am sure if I like or not. One the one hand, it has a pretty good revenge story to tell, and gives it's villains more depth, than you would expect from a movie like that. ...

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Rockatansky
I think my original take on the movie is basically accurate, but partly because Ive been feeling easier to please and longing for familiar comforts these days (even if those familiar comforts are grimy exploitation movies like this one) and partly because the parts that do work weigh heavily eno....
Iroquois
I realise that Texas Chain Saw Massacre is a real "love it or hate it" proposition - I know members feel one way or the other around here, and you'll just have to put me in the former category, for I reckon that The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is a damned fine film.


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