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Product Details

  • Actors: Red Mitchell, Tracey Huffman, Charles L. Trotter, Kent T. Johnson, Diane Johnson
  • Directors: Roger Evans
  • Writers: Freeman Williams
  • Producers: Betty S. Scott, Bill F. Blair, Hal Payne, Jill Clark, Mark V. Patton
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: VCI Entertainment
  • Release Date: Nov. 30 2004
  • Run Time: 107 minutes
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  • ASIN: B0002ZDWQM
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 2.4 out of 5 stars 12 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Laughing My A$$ Off!! Sept. 11 2009
By Guido - Published on
Format: DVD
OK, I recently bought this film, because I saw an old intro from USA's "Saturday Nightmares" which featured this film. I vaguely remembered it, and after seeing it again, it's easy to understand why I forgot it lol.

This film is, incredibly, cheesy to the Nth degree. It's terrible in every facet possible. However, there's just something appealing, to me, about these, unintentionally, funny horror films, with the worst acting, horrible and boring dialect and cheesiest effects possible.

The film makes little sense, and just seems to drag along forever. Honestly, the more I watch it, the more I enjoy it, but then again, my mind is warped like no other. So unless you enjoy really terrible, cheesy, 80's schlock, I wouldn't recommend it.

80's cheese at it's worst!
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A Good Way to Choke on Your PopCorn Oct. 5 2002
By ThatUmbrellaGuy - Published on
This movie, trying to incorporate some pieces of Lovecraftian lore into its cheap, brittle storyline, was an utter travesty. Besides having a budget that barely rivaled the popcorn and drink ingested during its showing, its ties to the otherworldly menace, Yog Kothag, and the essentially useless book, The Necronomicon, were simply veiled attempts to bring in viewers. It was, by and far, an insult to my horror-watching eyes.
The storyline, if you can call the bumbling plot that the wretched actors follow a story, is as follows:
We start with a fortune teller as he reads a client's cards. What he sees frightens him enough that he funnels her money back into her hands (plus thirty dollars), pushes her out the door abruptly to be killed, and then runs into a monster that couldn't rival most Halloween costumes. Cut to a foolish guy, joined by his pregnant girlfriend, his brother, and three others, as they meet at a cabin in the middle of nowhere to discuss his newest invention (an emergency grappling hook that straps to your wrist, the dumbest idea I've ever been privy to). Here, they get drunk, play cards, fire off some banter that does incorporate a bit of humor, and subsequently start the dying one by one. Still, he gets away and is hit by a car, landing himself in the running for the stupidest man alive awards and on the trek to torment some movie watchers. Later, skipping a heap of the bumbling plot, he is joined by a detective that knows something is going on, a lady that also lived through an attack by this presence by hiding under her porch for days, and a one-hundred year old dog that really didn't mean anything in the movie except that there was a way to burn more time. Together they find out that there is a ghost quasar pulsing to the murderous beat of the thing doing the killings, that some monstrous creature named Yog Kothag is trying to come back, that the Necronomicon only has a dozen pages, that you can add a zombie into a movie just because you feel like it, and that a lack of research before you make a movie can always be countered by a good ceremonial dagger.
Yes, this movie was bad. If you have to check it out because you have some Lovecraftian completionist need, you'll hate it. If you like cheap horror movies, you'll hate it. I don't even think the people who made it like it.
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars What happened? July 9 2002
By Tom Gibson - Published on
Fangoria did a spread on the makeup effects, and the images were very cool. I watched them film the demon baby at a warehouse in Houston, and it looked like it was going to be cool also. Something happened. The resulting film is a typical horror story on a very low budget. Nothing to see here. Move along. Overall, I was very disappointed in what initially looked to be a decent horror flick.

An aside on the baby: I watched for at least 3 hours as they dropped that baby onto a raised platform and they were still trying to get it to "bounce" properly when I left. These were all nice guys who made an unmemorable film. Still, it's worth watching if you're a horror fan.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Wha?!?!? Dec 28 2006
By davezilla - Published on
Format: DVD
Okay, the HPL fan inside overrode reason and I bought this film off of ebay. It is truly a bad, terribly made low budget horror. But, in the long run aren't most of them?

It did have a Lovecraftian theme, but not really enough to warrant the money I spent (it wasn't very available when I got it, so I was ripped my opinion, 5 dollars is ripped off with this stinker)

I thought it sucked, but I guess you'll have to decide for yourself.

Two tentacles down on this one. The elder gods are ashamed
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Forever Evil March 30 2010
By Carl Manes - Published on
Format: DVD
FOREVER EVIL is an appropriate title, as the film may possibly be the longest and most uneventful Horror entries ever made. After his friends are killed by an undead monster, Marc must set out to destroy the evil lurking in the forest with the help of a young photographer that escaped the terror years earlier herself. It is impossible to overlook the staged scripting and horrific acting even though the film was made on a a limited budget. The emotionless characters turn the otherwise serious tone into an unintentionally hilarious mess as they calmly discover each of their closest friends and lovers brutally murdered without so much as flinching. Evans liberally borrows from THE EVIL DEAD series, ineffectively incorporating a mish-mash of evil forest spirits, zombies, and possessed foliage while also attempting to employ similar camera techniques. The plot fumbles around aimlessly for over an hour as the characters search for the source of the evil, which drives the pacing to a halt and offers no action or thrills. A few bloody gore scenes and decent low-budget make-up FX serve as the only redeeming qualities in this otherwise tiring Indie Horror effort.

-Carl Manes
I Like Horror Movies