Pin

Pin

Directed by Sandor Stern

An emotionally neglected brother and sister take comfort in their imaginary friend Pin, a anatomical dummy belonging to their doctor father. When their parents die in a car crash, the siblings rebel and brother, Leon brings Pin into the house to live with them. Sister Ursula happily entertains her brother’s delusions, but when she gets a new boyfriend and becomes absent, Leon and Pin begin to turn on her and anyone that gets in the way of their special family. Reminiscent of Hitchcock’s PSYCHO with its unsettling psycho-sexual familial feel, PIN is an underrated 80s horror gem. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.

A brother and sister take comfort in their imaginary friend, Pin, when their parents die in a car crash.

Cast: David Hewlett, Cynthia Preston, Terry O'Quinn

Member Reviews

Psychologically engaging. I would watch this again!

chiomaclaudette
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a month ago

PIN is an interesting, well acted film. There is a lot going on psychologically and works as a drama as much as a horror movie.

Stevie_g
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2 months ago

Wish I had a friend like Pin.

Sebadonut
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2 months ago

good film, weird but good 👌🏼

NicoleMarie94x
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3 months ago

well written psychological drama. the pacing is strange but worth watching if you like very 80s films

steevp
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4 months ago