#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Taken from the Stephen King short story about a school teacher’s return to his home town where his brother was killed by hoods, the hoods died in the freak train wreck along with his brother. Now they have “come back” to haunt him. One by one ’til they’re all back!
Plot: Based on a short story by Stephen King, a man and his family return to his home town, but he is then harassed by teenagers that died when he was a kid.
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Transferred From Milford, The Hoods From Hell
The film Sometimes They Come Back explores the proposition that if you got a big enough grudge against someone, especially if they helped aid your leaving this mortal coil rather abruptly, you can come back for payback. Doesn’t matter if you’ve been good or if you’ve been bad and these three were definitely bad.
Tim Matheson comes back to his hometown with wife Brooke Adams and their son Robert Hy Gorman for a teaching job at the local high school. Tim’s got some anger management issues which is why he left the last school he taught at in Chicago. He’s got no great attachments to his hometown with his parents gone and his older brother killed back in 1963.
That’s what this story is all about. He and his brother were stopped by some hoods in a train tunnel and the brother killed, but so were three of the hoods when young Matheson played by Zachary Ball stole their car keys as he ran. It’s these three who kill three of Matheson’s students with him having some peripheral involvement even if its premonitions and take their place. The three hoods from hell are malevolently played by Robert Rusler, Bentley Mitchum, and Nicholas Sadler. All transfered from Milford, Milford Cemetery that is.
Tim Matheson and the rest of the cast give good performances in this film adapted from a Stephen King short story. Fans of Stephen King and the horror genre should really like this one.
Slightly flawed but highly enjoyable effort
Returning to his home-town, a teacher and his family find that the traumatic incident involving his big brother while he was growing up has caused the greaser-gang also included in the event to come back and torment them forcing a final showdown to right the wrong.
This one here wasn’t all that bad even though it does have some issues. One of the film’s biggest positives is the fact that this one really manages to get the fear of being involved in a traumatic incident from the past in a small-town. The fact that the initial accident itself feels like the kind of accident that really could happen in such a location, with the greaser gang tormenting them and then getting caught up in the train coming through the tunnel does come off like a rather enjoyable setup for later, and with the way this holds up the different incidents later on that trigger the incidents later on. From the dropped set of car-keys to the shoes and the kids coming one-by-one into the classroom, the set-up from these incidents plays a great part in how this one manages to come off when it starts to reveal what their actual purpose is for returning. Those are quite fun as the different variations of them appearing as students in his classroom while taunting him in the town, the ways in which they manage to fool everyone in class as well as the town who constantly think he’s having mental breakdowns based on his past history which comes into play quite nicely and overall manages to give this one a great build-up for the story to play out in the later half. With the group out and tormenting him and his family with some rather impressive stalking scenes of the family at the house and the later scene in the church where they get taken away leading into the final confrontation in the tunnel once again as this makes for a rather thrilling and engaging finish that plays out the fateful accident that came through in the rest of the film. With these action-packed scenes that come together into giving this a lot to like alongside the few fine make-up effects on the ghouls who look quite creepy and chilling, there’s enough to like here that really manages to hold off the few minor flaws present. The film’s biggest issue is the fact that we’re not given a reason to care about why the greaser club is seeking revenge, as the film makes the point of them coming back for him killing them only they deserved their fate so it’s really troubling to get into the story. The gang is a total joke that simply act like tough-guy greasers but are just so over-the-top in their silly threats that it makes for a pretty hard time to find fear in them for the whole film as they’re return doesn’t make any sense. The other big issue here does manage to carry on about that with there not being any real reason stated about why they come back to begin with as there’s just nothing explained about why they come back to life here at that point in time. By simply showing up saying they want revenge but never explaining how they manage to do so when they clearly never deserved to do so in the first place makes them so simply non-threatening that as a whole the film really stumbles with the main villains. That it also gets a little too schmaltzy with the fantasy-driven finale that looks quite goofy and silly against the more realistic elements, these here do hold it down somewhat.
Rated R: Language and Violence.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 37 min (97 min)
Genre Drama, Horror, Thriller
Director Tom McLoughlin
Writer Stephen King (based on a short story by), Lawrence Konner (screenplay by), Mark Rosenthal (screenplay by)
Actors Tim Matheson, Brooke Adams, Robert Rusler, Chris Demetral
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Dino de Laurentiis Corp., Paradise Films
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (broadcast ratio), 1.78 : 1 (Blu-ray release), 1.85 : 1 (theatrical ratio – Europe), 2.35 : 1 (re-release)
Camera Arriflex 535
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm