Curfew

  • 1989
  • 1 HR 24 MIN
  • R
  • Thriller

CURFEW, a low-budget thriller containing few thrills, centers on Stephanie Davenport (Kyle Richards), a teenage girl whose late-night carousing has forced her parents to impose a 10 o'clock curfew on her. At the same time, two vicious brothers (Wendell Wellman and John Putch) have escaped from prison and are seeking revenge on the people who put them there,...read more

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CURFEW, a low-budget thriller containing few thrills, centers on Stephanie Davenport (Kyle Richards), a teenage girl whose late-night carousing has forced her parents to impose a 10 o'clock curfew on her. At the same time, two vicious brothers (Wendell Wellman and John Putch) have escaped

from prison and are seeking revenge on the people who put them there, one of whom happens to be Stephanie's father. When they arrive, Stephanie is out--past curfew, of course. CURFEW has a few interesting ideas that seem to get lost in all of the cheap gore and shock effects. Among the actors,

Wellman is actually pretty good, and Richards has a strong screen presence, but they are stuck in a muddled and cheaply made film, badly directed by Gary Winick. Winick's blunt style begins to wear the viewer out after a while. The players all act at a fever pitch and the generally brutal murder

sequences are ham-handedly accompanied by noisy music or sound effects. The underlying theme--of Stephanie's sexual awakening and her punishment as a result--is glossed over to concentrate solely on the torture and murder of other characters.

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  • Released: 1989
  • Rating: R
  • Review: CURFEW, a low-budget thriller containing few thrills, centers on Stephanie Davenport (Kyle Richards), a teenage girl whose late-night carousing has forced her parents to impose a 10 o'clock curfew on her. At the same time, two vicious brothers (Wendell Wel… (more)

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