RMG 169: The Hidden (1987)

February 20, 2019

In this episode, the Retro Movie Geek crew are joined, once again, by production designer/art director/special effects guy, Mick Strawn, and are geeking out over The Hidden (1987) and

  • Ferrari problems
  • jumping through neon
  • Swedish mechanics
  • dog stunts
  • and much, much more!

Synopsis:

A series of bizarre, inexplicable robberies and murders have L.A. police detective Tom Beck totally baffled. And it doesn’t help when mysterious FBI agent, Lloyd Gallagher, tell him that a demonic extraterrestrial creature is invading the bodies of innocent victims – and transforming them into inhuman killers with an unearthly fondness for heavy metal music, red Ferraris, and unspeakable violence!

It’s a spine-chilling, high-velocity sci-fi thriller from the makers of A Nightmare on Elm Street!

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Find out more about Mick Strawn HERE… and HERE! Mick is also one of the hosts on a podcast called the Dream Warrior Review! His wife has a small business, where she does amazing artwork on baby corrective helmets! Please check out her site, or go to her Facebook page!

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