|Directed by||Eddy Matalon|
|Music by||Didier Vasseur|
Les Productions Agora
|Distributed by||Cinépix Film Properties|
21st Century Films
Cathy's Curse is a 1977 Canadian-French horror film directed by Eddy Matalon and starring Alan Scarfe, Beverly Murray, and Randi Allen. The film follows a young girl who is possessed by the spirit of her deceased aunt. It was shot on location in Westmount and Montreal, Quebec.
Though the film was critically panned upon initial release, with many deriding it as being overly derivative of other films of the period including The Exorcist and Carrie, it has since become a cult classic, some calling the film so bad it's good.
- Alan Scarfe as George Gimble
- Beverly Murray as Vivian Gimble
- Randi Allen as Cathy Gimble
- Dorothy Davis as Mary
- Mary Morter as Medium
- Roy Witham as Paul
- Bryce Allen as Amie de Cathy
- Sonny Forbes as Inspector O'Reilly
- Renée Girard as Mademoiselle Burton
- Linda Koot as Laura
- Peter MacNeill as Christopher Gimble
- Lisa Nickelt as Amie de Cathy
- Hubert Noël as The Doctor
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- Scarfe, Alan. "Cathy's Curse Blu-ray". DVD Beaver. Retrieved May 5, 2017.
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