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Oh, lost cult films from the ’80s. Little gems like these are forgotten about and life goes on for the horror fan, but then Gorgon Video does something crazy and releases films like Evils Of The Night, and well..I’m not complaining. A film so odd, so scatterbrained and borderline porno that you find yourself wondering why Vivid didn’t just pick up the rights for it, The Psychic Killer/Eaten Alive producer Mardi Rustam’s wacky “aliens needing the blood of horny teens” horror film Evils Of The Night is one that you have to see at least once…but before you watch that film, let’s all wonder, why is the Millennium Falcon on the cover?
- Jerry Smith
Gorgon Video announced that they’re bringing 1985’s sci-fi cult classic Evils of the Night to DVD on October 14th:
“Full of sex, lasers, synth-pop, feathered hair, bikinis and axe wounds, Evils Of The Night is a pivotal example of Reagan-era teen fantasy fodder. Genre favorites John Carradine, Julie Newmar (TV’s Catwoman) and Tina Louise (Gilligan’s Island) star as a gang of alien scientists who want the life-giving blood supply of horny teens camping out near their secret lab. Veteran Hollywood stars Aldo Ray and Neville Brand (in his final film role) play a pair of bumbling mechanics hired by the extraterrestrials to kidnap the teens for experimentation – with botched and bloody results. Co-starring adult film legends Amber Lynn and Crystal Breeze, and directed by Mardi Rustam (producer of The Psychic Killer and Tobe Hooper’s Eaten Alive), this 1985 sci-fi horror classic features some of the most gruesome »
- Jonathan James
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