Phobia (1980 film)
Phobia is a 1980 Canadian horror-thriller film directed by John Huston and starring Paul Michael Glaser.
|Directed by||John Huston|
|Produced by||Zale Magder|
|Starring||Paul Michael Glaser|
|Music by||André Gagnon|
|Cinematography||Reginald H. Morris|
|Edited by||Stan Cole|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|94 min. (approx.)|
Psychiatrist Dr. Peter Ross (Glaser) M.D., is using radical techniques on his patients to cure them of their various phobias. He becomes terrified when someone starts murdering the subjects one at a time.
- Paul Michael Glaser as Dr. Peter Ross
- Susan Hogan as Jenny St. Clair
- John Colicos as Inspector Larry Barnes
- David Bolt as Henry Owen
- Patricia Collins as Dr. Alice Toland
- David Eisner as Johnny Venuti
- Lisa Langlois as Laura Adams
- Alexandra Stewart as Barbara Grey
- Robert O'Ree as Bubba King
- Neil Vipond as Dr. Clegg
- Marian Waldman as Mrs. Casey
- Kenneth Welsh as Sgt Joe Wheeler
Los Angeles Times film critic Kevin Thomas described Phobia as "the worst film ever directed by a winner of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award."
- "Film Review: Phobia (1980)". horrornews.net. Retrieved 2017-01-18.
- Andersson, Timothy (2013-01-04). "Every John Huston Movie: Phobia: A Descent Into Terror (1980)". Every John Huston Movie. Retrieved 2017-01-18.
- Thomas, Kevin (17 August 1986). "The China Syndrome (ABC Sunday at 9..." Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 9 May 2019.
- Phobia on IMDb
- Phobia at Rotten Tomatoes
- Phobia at Box Office Mojo
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