All posts by Erika.G

Transportation cop movie?

It may be from the 90’s or even early 2000’s. A man (maybe some type of alien) can automatically warp/turn into another person’s body just by touching them. A cop or detective is after him as he moves through a crowded area jumping from person to person. I only saw a short scene from this movie and even though it’s almost exactly like the Denzel Washington movie FALLEN it is NOT. The guy/cop chasing him is white and the tranporter is some type of alien not a demon. Thanks for the help!

Robby Benson look-a-like in 70’s movie of the week

I think it was a Friday night movie of the week, but it could have been some other night. Mid or later 70’s movie about a woman and her son, whom I could have sworn was Robbie Benson. But the movie doesn’t appear in his IMDB, so I guess it was a look-a-like. The woman comes home drunk from a bar one night and is brutally beaten, raped, and murdered. The killer might have been a guy she picked up at the bar, but it is the son who is accused of killing her. The innocent son (who is 17 or 18) was out with a friend on the night his mother is murdered, and he comes home to find her bloody beaten body. The actor does a great job portraying a hysterically grief-stricken son in shock when he finds his mother’s body.

Does anyone remember this intense movie? Appreciate all suggestions.

70’s Horror flick – spiked walls closing in

I remember only one scene from a movie I saw at a drive-in when I was a very young child. It was a typical horror flick where victims are trying to escape deathly danger. A small group of people were trapped in a room with Spiked Walls which are closing in on them. That is the only scene I recall, but it was a double feature and the name of the other movie was Asylum (1972).

I am aware of the similar post about closing in Spiked Walls but NO the movie I’m looking for is NOT Krull or Temple of Doom. It is a much earlier film (early 70’s) and looks a lot like the scene from the original Batman with the Spiked Walls. All suggestions are greatly appreciated!