|Trying to make Grilled-Cheese out of two bikers.|
|"I regret nothing!"|
|“So what are we thinking, music hater?|
|“I picked the wrong day to stop sniffing glue.”|
|Doesn’t pay to be a good man in this town.|
|“You’re a chickenshit! Scum of the Earth, son of a bitch! “|
|Simply put this stunt is incredible.|
While in the hospital recovering from his encounter with The Car our Sherriff discovers that he’s lost six police officers and The Car has once again eluded all roadblocks. They discuss the strange nature of the car and its seeming invulnerability. He asks one of his men to take Lauren home to get some things so she can watch his girls until they catch this thing, sadly Lauren’s home is not on hallowed ground.
|Not so much as a drive by killing as a drive through.|
|The Car makes a surprise appearance right inside Wade’s garage.|
|The devil is in the details|
Now The Car was almost universal panned by critics, Gene Siskel gave it one star and on Rotten Tomatoes it is at 18% and I don’t get it. This is a well-made thriller with a nice and simple premise of “What would the devil do if he had a rad set of wheels?” And there are very few movie cars as cool as the 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III customized by George Barris who gave us the Adam West Batmobile. Those of you who haven’t had the privilege of seeing this film yet may have seen The Car when it appeared in an episode of Futurama that had Bender turning into a WereCar.
|Fun for the whole family.|