1977, Severin Films, 88 min, USA, Dir: Eddy Matalon

Deep within the Canadian suburbs, evil takes shape in the form of a 7-year-old girl with her precious dolly. When the malevolent spirit of her dead aunt possesses young Cathy, she turns into a foul-mouthed, inhuman terror, murdering friends and family alike in a vulgar display of power. One of the most bonkers entries in Canuxploitation AND killer-kid cinema ever released, CATHY’S CURSE goes beyond ridiculousness into a next-level parallel universe of avant-garde absurdity.

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