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John Huston: 'Phobia' (1980)
The Oscar-winning director of such classic films as "The Maltese Falcon" and "The African Queen" reached his arguable career nadir with this little-known 1980 film, his only horror effort starring "Starsky and Hutch's" Paul Michael Glaser as a psychiatrist whose patients become the target of a mysterious killer. Based on its IMDB rating of 3.5/10, the film is probably best forgotten; luckily, Huston would return to acclaim with his final three features "Under the Volcano," "Prizzi's Honor" and "The Dead."