An unusual movie in that while not great, it does grab your attention because what happens next is not what you'd expect. And there are a lot of "What happens next?" moments.
Van Heflin plays a surprising role and while it's obvious that he's a sociopath, his ickiness sneaks up on the movie-watcher, like it does his victim.
This was not bad, not good but not bad. Not to spoil the plot or anything but the involved parties read a little too much into their mutual circumstances to sell me. That, and Van Heflin's participation. That guy just gives me a case of the screaming heebie jeebies.
Post-Valentine's Day, you may be asking yourself "do my poor education, bad manners, sociopathy, and tendency to wall-eye hurt me in the romance department?" The Prowler says "no". Combined with a persistance bordering on naked aggression, your qualities could be positive advantages. Evelyn Keyes and Van Heflin play the mad, matched salt-and-pepper shaker couple. EXTRAS: Rambunctious commentary by Eddie Muller. A surprise appearance by a Diego Rivera -- a Salvador Dali might have been more appropriate.
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