The Sentinel (1977) - Trailer
Cast: Christopher Walken, Chris Sarandon, William Hickey, Jeff Goldblum, Gary Allen, Nana Visitor, Tom Berenger, Richard Dreyfuss, Martin Balsam, Hank Garrett, Sam Gray, José Ferrer, Robert Gerringer, Burgess Meredith, Jerry Orbach, José Ferrer, John Carradine, Arthur Kennedy, Fred Stuthman, Lucie Lancaster, Jane Hoffman, Anthony Holland, Joe Hamer, Zane Lasky, Diane Stilwell, Mady Kaplan, Ron McLarty, Esther Blackmon, Cristina Raines, Ronald Hunter
Director(s): Michael Winner
Trailer: The Sentinel (1977)
Not ready for marriage, a fashion model moves into an unbelievably cheap Brooklyn Heights apartment, where weird occurrences turn into a much more frightening turn of events.
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When a beautiful model, Alison Parker (Cristina Raines, Nashville, The Duellists), rents an apartment in a gloomy New York brownstone, little does she realize that an unspeakable horror awaits her behind its doors...a mysterious gateway to hell. Alison likes her eccentric new neighbors, so it comes as a shock when she's told that, except for a strange old priest, she's the only tenant.
Based on Jeffrey Konvitz's best-selling novel, this contemporary gothic chiller features amazing special makeup effects by the legendary Dick Smith (The Exorcist, Little Big Man) and an incredible assemblage of stars including Chris Sarandon, Ava Gardner, José Ferrer, John Carradine, Burgess Meredith, Beverly D'Angelo, Jerry Orbach, Jeff Goldblum, Tom Berenger and Christopher Walken. Director Michael Winner (Death Wish) comes up with something to terrify everyone in this spine-tingling exercise in supernatural horror. via ScreamFactoryTV
Synopsis:A fashion model moves into a house inhabited (on the top floor) by a blind priest. She begins having strange physical problems, has trouble sleeping at night, and has some nasty flashbacks of her attempted suicide. She complains to the real estate agent of the noise caused by her strange neighbors, but finds out that the house is only occupied by the priest and herself, and ultimately discovers that she has been put in the house for a reason.