The Creeper ("Rituals")

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Released 1977

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The Creeper ("Rituals")

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Director:
Peter Carter
Released:
1977
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The Creeper ("Rituals") is a 1977 horror-mystery film that shows why it's a good idea for doctors to always treat their patients right. The film sets in the Canadian wilderness when five physicians arrive for a weekend of outdoor sports. First to arrive is Harry (Hal Holbrook), a recovering alcoholic who almost lost his medical license. Then there's Dr. Martin (Robin Gammell) whose last patient is suing him for malpractice. Dr. Mitizi (Lawrence Dane) is a closeted homosexual, and both Abel (Ken James) and Jesse (Jack Creley) hate their jobs. The five meet every year in the same spot to vacation and to get away from their problems. Their holiday goes well, until the next morning, when they find their shoes missing. Jesse has an extra pair in his tent, puts them on, and goes for help. After he doesn't come back, the physicians decide to wrap their feet and hike out of the deep woods. Their suspicions that someone is stalking them are confirmed, as one-by-one, each of them disappears. Harry is left alone and finally faces a maniac (Michael Zenon), who seems very familiar.moreless

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Comedy, Drama, Horror, Suspense

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Gorefest, Slashers