Cat's Eye
  Fan submitted reviews of Cat's Eye (Movie):
Posted By: Leon - April 2nd, 2012 12:03:34 pm EDT

Who dosen't LOVE drew??! I saw Cat's Eye some time back and though highly of the compilation style of film making, giving my imagination a varied thrill like Creep Show and Tales From the crypt too!! Thanks Drew Thanks Stephen King

Posted By: NumberOneFan - May 28th, 2011 4:52:34 pm EDT

This movie was amazing. It was a (I guess) lighter tone then most Stephen King movies and I love the refrences in the begging, such as: Cujo, and Christine. (Tell me if I am missing a cameo.) My favorite story in the movie is probably 'Quiters Inc.'.

Posted By: Rippy74 - March 17th, 2011 3:29:57 am EDT

A good portion of this was filmed at my friend's house. He remimbers playing with Drew during her down time. A number of Stephen King's movies from the 80's were filmed in and around Wilmington NC.

Posted By: Anonymous - September 6th, 2010 8:02:06 pm EDT
This movie is an adaption from the collection of short stories entitled Night Shift. The book is way better but this is a good adaptation from those stories. I say a job well done
Posted By: Anonymous - June 7th, 2010 4:06:31 pm EDT
the best fan you movies is wonderfull
Posted By: Helecast - June 4th, 2010 3:08:00 am EDT
I read on IMDB that there was a prologue in the script that was cut out from the film. I would like to know what that was. If Stephen King had written this as a screenplay now, instead of then, they probably wouldn't have cut anything. It's a shame he couldn't have more control over it. I still love the film though. The troll costume is great! I can't wait for the Dark Tower adaptation if that's even possible. Maybe one day I'll be able to be the film maker that does it. One can only dream.
Posted By: GinaGina - January 30th, 2010 12:07:48 am EST
I can't remember how old I was when I saw this but I do remember being afraid of my room, alone in the dark for quite some time.
Posted By: Shawn - July 25th, 2009 6:37:10 pm EDT
When this movie came out on T.V., I was just fifteen years old. This movie really scared me and I will always remember this movie. I liked Drew Barrymore in this. Robert Hayes was good, too. I especially loved the cat in this. The cat was a better actor.
Posted By: Steve - November 4th, 2008 7:50:37 pm EST
Wow, this DVD has been in my player for days and it has been playing over and over again. It has got to be on the top 5 King movies because each story flawless. Quitter's Inc is awesome as is The Ledge (my personal phobia is heights) and then The General. The only one that tops it (in my opinion) is Battleground from the Nightmares and Dreamscapes series.
Posted By: JD - October 16th, 2008 12:15:55 pm EDT
This is a great site!!!!!
Posted By: Sylvanna Rayne - September 28th, 2008 12:51:28 am EDT
LOVE IT! This a great show that encompasses a number of short stories, the best of which is The General (the part with the cat that serves as the frame). We follow the beloved General's tracks through each story until he brings us to a frontrow seat of the final confrontation. Adorable, comedic, and un-nerving at the same time, the showdown between cat and gremilin is great. And WOW did they make that little sucker nasty looking!


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