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A werewolf/monster movie?

I watched it around mid 90's to early 2000 although I'm almost positive it was before 2000. I remember a part where a mom, her son, and daughter are all in a van when the little girl starts complaining that she has to pee, so the woman pulls over and tells her to go behind a bush that seems to be way off in the distance. After a moment she screams and the mom runs to her, leaving the car door wide open, to find out there was a bug or something little like that. The little boy is left in the van and I think he was playing a gameboy or something. You see the monsters reflection on the outside of the van walking up to it and it comes through the drivers side door at him. That's all I remember, but it's been killing me that I don't know what it is. I remember it was horrifying, but then I was around the age of 6. I want to say it was a werewolf, but I could be wrong. Please help me!
asked Apr 5, 2014 in Name That Movie by rakelsinner (2 points)

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"Rawhead Rex" (1986)
starring David Dukes
Wikipedia synopsis excerpt:
On the road, Howard's daughter needs to go to the bathroom, so Howard pulls over and lets her go by a tree. Hearing her suddenly scream, Howard and his wife rush to her; Howard's son stays in the van, alone. Rawhead kills Howard's son and takes the body into the woods. Infuriated by the police's unsuccessful efforts to track down Rawhead, Howard returns to the church. He discovers that there is a weapon shown in the stained glass window that can be used to defeat the monster. After Howard leaves, Coot curiously touches the altar but resists the temptations and images it shows him.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rawhead_Rex_(film)
answered Apr 5, 2014 by MystMoonstruck (10,189 points)
Thank you so much! I've been looking for this for so long! Although it's not as scary anymore, I can still rest easy knowing I'm not crazy for imagining this.
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