God Told Me To
Directed by Larry Cohen
A cop investigates a string of murders committed by strangers who claim “God” told them to kill. But are the killers actually talking about the heavenly father? Or is someone pulling their strings? If Det. Nicholas (Tony Lo Bianco) really wants to know, he’ll have to descend into a netherworld of deranged faith and confront his own connection to a homicidal messiah with a perverse plan for the soul of mankind. Utterly original and deeply unnerving, Larry Cohen’s critically acclaimed cult classic is regularly cited as one of the greatest horror movies of all time.
A cop investigates a string of murders committed by strangers who claim “God” told them to kill.
Cast: Tony Lo Bianco, Deborah Raffin, Sandy Dennis
Wow, 1970's NYC was dirty and disgusting.
It feels as if they were trying to make a reverse Omen but didn't quite hit the mark. Overall it was worth the watch. Had some memorable moments...
I wasn't a fan.
Worth seeing once. Decent 70s NYC flick by a master.
Solid B film with good cast and a unique, wacko story, chockfull of that 1970's NYC goodness.