Nightmare (1981 film)

1981 slasher film directed by Romano Scavolini

Nightmare (also Nightmares in a Damaged Brain) is a 1981 slasher film directed by Romano Scavolini. Nightmare gained instant notoriety among horror fans when it was banned in the UK as a video nasty and it's distributor was sentenced to 18 months in prison for refusing to edit one second of violent footage. The film also garnered controversy for claiming in its press material that Tom Savini had provided the film's special effects, which Savini vehemently denied.

Directed by Romano Scavolini. Written by Romano Scavolini.
The dream you can't escape ALIVE! Taglines

Man with CigarEdit

  • SORRY? You lose a dangerously psychotic patient from a secret experimental drug program, and all you can say is "I'm sorry"?

Kathy the BabysitterEdit

  • C.J., what are you doing outta bed!

George TutamEdit

  • You don't understand!

TaglinesEdit

  • The dream you can't escape ALIVE!

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