SummaryLurkers: A young cellist is haunted by flashbacks of her dead mother and visions of dead people floating.
Die sister, die!: A man hires a nurse to care for his ailing but nasty sister, only to reveal he wants the nurse to help him kill her.
ContentsLurkers (94 min.)
Die sister, die! (85 min.).
Nightmares -- Drama.
Visions -- Drama.
Siblings -- Drama.
Nurses -- Drama.
Murder -- Drama.
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
|Publisher|| [Bellevue, Washington] :Scorpion Releasing,2013
|Other Titles|| Lurkers (Motion picture)
Die sister, die! (Motion picture)
Die sister, die!
film director, director of photography, editor of moving image work.
Kelleher, Ed, screenwriter.
Vidal, Harriette, screenwriter.
Sear, Walter, film producer, composer, editor of moving image work.
Sawyer, Tony, screenwriter.
Hersey, William, screenwriter.
Hood, Randall, film producer, film director.
Moore, Christine (Actress), actor.
Warner, Gary (Actor), actor.
Taylor, Marina, actor.
MacArthur, Roy, actor.
Oliver-Norman, Peter, actor.
Groff, Nancy, actor.
Channing, Carisa, actor.
Billett, Tom, actor.
Ging, Jack, 1931-2022 actor.
Atwater, Edith, actor.
Bower, Antoinette, 1932- actor.
Smith, Kent, 1907-1985, actor.
Emhardt, Robert, 1914-1994, actor.
Santos, Burt, actor.
Lonzo, Michael, director of photography.
Friedhofer, Hugo, composer.
Reeltime Distributing Corporation, production company.
Cinema Shares International Distribution Corporation, production company.
Scorpion Releasing (Firm), publisher, film distributor.
Lurkers: Christine Moore, Gary Warner, Marina Taylor, Roy MacArthur, Peter Oliver-Norman, Nancy Groff, Carisa Channing, Tom Billett.
Die sister, die!: Jack Ging, Edith Atwater, Antoinette Bower, Kent Smith, Robert Emhardt, Burt Santos.
Lurkers: Music, Walter E. Sear ; director of photography, Roberta Findlay ; editors, Walter E. Sear, Roberta Findlay.
Die sister, die!: Director of photography, Michael Lonzo ; composer, Hugo Friedhofer.
Lurkers: MPAA rating: R.
Die sister, die!: MPAA rating: PG.
Lurkers originally released as a motion picture in 1988. Die sister, die! originally released as a motion picture in 1972.
Special features: Play Katarina's nightmare theater (film introduction for Lurkers presented by Katarina Leigh Waters); isolated music tracks for both films; original trailers for both films.
DVD; NTSC; region 1; anamorphic widescreen (1.78:1; 16:9) presentation; mono.
1 videodisc (179 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.