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There's no possible way to describe "Runaway Nightmare" to the average viewer. It's wild, weird bottom shelf production from writer/director Mike Cartel that seems like it was a struggle to finish. The 1982 feature appears to have an interest in comedy, action, and suspense, but no real clue how to achieve its goals, hampered by budget problems and a strange cinematic constipation from Cartel when it comes to the delivery of excitement or titillation. "Runaway Nightmare" is certainly intriguing as a surreal, Ed Wood-esque romp, but don't sit down with it expecting anything more than B-movie shenanigans. Read the rest at


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