32 Days of Halloween III, Movie Night No. 19: Duel

Duel truck

So I figured when you get a chance to bring Richard Matheson and a not-yet-insane Steven Spielberg to the site, I’m not sure how you can refuse. I couldn’t. And yes, this was Spielberg’s feature directorial debut. Dennis Weaver vs. a tanker truck. What made me think of the film?

Bailey sent me the fact that a recent auction of one of the three trucks used in the making of the film took place. I couldn’t quite see what it went for, but I think it would be fun to get it road-ready and drive it around, just seeing who pisses themselves in fear over it. Seriously. So here we are, Movie Night #19 for 32 Days of Halloween.

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And for the DVD review we have of the film, you can find that here.

Last year at this time, we were checking out the original 1942 Cat People.

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