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And then they get separated and are looking for each other. Only thing beyond that I can remember is one scene, where one of the guys is like "hanging" under a green light bulb in empty room, it seems that he is somehow "captured" by the light bulb?? Movie is from late 70's, 80's or early 90's.

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It's a long shot, but the film Mr. Boogedy? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Boogedy –  JohnP Mar 7 at 15:18
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Screams of a Winter Night (1979) - Movie Poster

Screams of a Winter Night (1979)

A vanload of young people heads out to a cabin on Lake Durand. Once they get there, these ten students tell scary stories to each other.

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One reviewer lists out the three spooky tales:

  • The first story, entitled "The Moss Point Man", is a combination of the Big Foot legend and the urban legend known as the Lover's Lane Killer; nothing too special.
  • The second story, entitled "The Green Light", deals with three fraternity pledges who are dared to spend the night in a haunted hotel, where supposedly a mysterious green light is emitted from somewhere on the upper floors.
  • The third and final story, entitled "Crazy Annie" or "The Girl Next Door" (I'm not entirely sure what the title of the story is), is about a mousy, sexually repressed college girl who becomes a psychotic killer after almost being raped.

And all around these stories is the wraparound story with the college kids and some sort of Native American wind spirit that dwells within the forest.

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~ Screenshots taken from The Bloody Pit of Horror

Read more about the movie here and here. Watch that climactic scene from the second segment here.

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That's the one, thank you very much :-) –  Deemonic Apr 30 at 4:47
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