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Edge of Fury

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Released 1958

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Edge of Fury

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Director:
Irving Lerner , Robert J. Gurney Jr.
Released:
1958
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Edge of Fury is a strange Psycho-like film from the 1950's. This low-budget, albeit convincingly terrifying movie, was written and directed by Robert J. Gurney and Irving Lerner. Louisa Hackett (Doris Fesette) and her two precious daughters - Florence (Lois Holmes) and Eleanor (Jean Allison) - decide to vacation in a cabin by the sea on Long Island Beach. They are not in the least disturbed when a courteous vacationer named Richard Barrie (Michael Higgins) moves in next door. However, it is not long before Louisa and the girls realize the man living next door is an estranged man with sociopathic tendencies. Unable to afford medication or treatment, Richard is left to deal with his ever-worsening condition on his own. What started out as a blissful vacation for Louisa and her daughters has now turned into a foreboding nightmare. Edge of Fury is an excellent film for all those who love psychological thrillers and noir film. Norman Bates has nothing on Richard Barrie!moreless
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    Psychological, Classics