The Hearse
The Hearse (1980)

The Hearse, directed by George Bowers is a clichéd, predictable horror film which, despite its interesting cast, is derivative and uninspired. Jane (Trish Van Devere) inherits a mansion from an aunt, whom she closely resembles. The… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: February 12, 2002
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Chicago Sun-Times

The events in this movie happen because they have happened in other horror movies and seemed like a good idea at the time. We know better.

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TV Guide's Movie Guide

A pretty dull affair.

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Bruce Bruce
This is Part Of The Drive In Collection Volume 2 This is a great spooky Horror film, that's vastly underrated!. It's a very creepy, and engrossing… More
AJ Verser
Not a good movie. There was potential for an alright horror movie here, but it wasn't used properly, and then it crashed and burned in the end. I was… More
Tim Salmons
One of the few movies that ever nailed the lone female moving into an old house and taking on the supernatural is The Sentinel. It has some geuinely creepy… More
Randy Tippy
Pointless drive-in fodder that is really just a hodge-podge of elements gleaned from other horror films. *<i>NOTE</i>: Am I losing my mind or did… More
Alex roy
The Hearse is a pretty interesting idea for a horror film. I found that the film is fairly underrated and despite the fact that it's somewhat cliché,… More
El Hombre Invisible
Hmmm...well, The Hearse makes use of a lot of standard fare; dolls, slamming doors, banging pipes, repeated stock footage of a car, bad dreams, and the… More