The movie Patrick Still Lives (1980) is an Italian horror film directed by Mario Landi. It serves as an unauthorized sequel to the Australian horror film Patrick (1978). The story revolves around Patrick Herschel, a young man who falls into a coma after a roadside accident. However, instead of remaining in a vegetative state, Patrick develops psychic powers and uses them to commit a series of brutal murders.
The film follows the events surrounding Patrick as he awakens from his coma and begins his killing spree. His victims include both innocent people and those who have wronged him in the past. As the body count rises, a group of strangers receives an anonymous letter revealing their secrets and inviting them to stay at a mansion that houses a corrupt clinic.
The movie Patrick Still Lives (1980) explores themes of psychic abilities, revenge, and the consequences of past actions. As the group of strangers gathers at the mansion, they become entangled in Patrick’s web of violence and must confront their own secrets.
The film is known for its graphic scenes of sex and gore, including an extremely graphic rape scene that ends with the victim being disemboweled. It is a low-budget horror film that pushes the boundaries of violence and shock value.
- Sacha Pitoëff as Patrick Herschel
- Gianni Dei as Dr. Herschel
- Mariangela Giordano as Matron
- Carmen Russo as Stella
- Paolo Giusti as Tony
- Franco Silva as Dr. Clay
– The movie Patrick Still Lives (1980) is an Italian horror film directed by Mario Landi.
– It serves as an unauthorized sequel to the Australian horror film Patrick (1978).
– The film is known for its graphic scenes of sex and gore, pushing the boundaries of violence and shock value.