The Rabid Dog’s House is a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where contributor Justin Steele uncovers hidden gems, lost classics, and overlooked indie offerings. Flying solo or with the occasional guest, he will discuss an array of topics covering film, literature, and television. Check out the latest installment below. In this episode we’re looking back at 1988’s Pin!
Also known as Pin: A Plastic Nightmare, this psychological horror film follows Leon (David Hewlett) and Ursula (Cynthia Preston), a brother and sister just reaching adulthood. These siblings have a very close relationship. There is, however, another member of the family named Pin. Pin is technically just an anatomically correct mannequin. A dummy. And yet, Pin is affecting each of the siblings. In particular, Leon is starting to act very strangely. And he will do anything to keep Ursula from leaving their happy little family.
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Join Justin and special guest star Zena Dixon as they discuss this Canadian psychological horror film below!