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Mad at the Moon

Mad at the Moon ★★ 1992 (R)

Western thriller in which a young bride (Masterson) discovers that the man she married is less than human with the rising of the full moon. The only one who can protect her is her husband's halfbrother played by Bochner. Masterson gives a great performance as a woman torn apart by a terrifying family secret out on the American plains. 98m/C VHS . Mary Stuart Masterson, Hart Bochner, Fionnula Flanagan, Cec Verrell, Stephen Blake; D: Martin Donovan; W: Martin Donovan, Richard Pelusi.

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