The Night Brings Charlie Trailer

The Night Brings Charlie Trailer (1990)

08 August 1990 Horror 75 mins

A late era slasher firmly stuck in 1983 that knows how to keep it simple: a quiet, hooded tree-trimmer goes on a twisted killing spree in a small town.

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Chuck Whiting

as Charlie Puckett

Al Arasim

as Eddie

Keith Hudson

as Biker 1


Tom Logan


International Releases Dates

United States 08 August 1990

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