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Cruise Into Terror (1978)

An Egyptian sarcophagus that is cargo on a pleasure cruise ship has a secret - it contains the son of Satan, and its effects start to make the ship's passengers behave strangely.

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Simon Mclane
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Matt Lazarus
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Reverend Charles Mather
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Neal Barry
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Sandra Barry
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Judy Haines
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Lil Mather
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Dr. Isiah Bakkun
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Nathan
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Andy - Captain
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Marilyn Magnesun
Hilary Thompson ...
Debbie Porter
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This thriller is about a vacation cruise in the Gulf of Mexico, during which some of the passengers find an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus in an underwater cavern. Written by Ørnås

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3 February 1978 (USA)  »

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Voyage Into Evil  »

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Judy Haines: Can I buy you a drink, sailor?
Simon Mclane: That's one of the best offers I've had all day.
Judy Haines: I could make a better offer...
Simon Mclane: I don't doubt it...
[she giggles]
Simon Mclane: Give me a few minutes to finish, we'll go topside.
Judy Haines: I think that's the best place to start...
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In the Top 10 of Campy/Unintentionally Funny TV Movies
9 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am watching it now on a commercial VHS tape I bought on ebay. It is so terribly bad it is hilarious! I just have one question: Did they make this movie thinking it was scary or as intentional camp? A commercial yacht cruising with 12 passengers and crew come upon an Egyptian sarcophagus off the coast of Mexico (uh, okay ...) and bring it aboard. Forget the "plot" is the subplots and the characters that are more entertaining and hilarious. John Forsythe as a loony preacher convinced the sarcophagus contains the son of Satan, and that it must have an evil guardian - one of the onboard passengers - but who? Lee Merriweather plays his wife. In public she dresses straight out of Little House on the Prairie complete with bonnet. Privately, she is so sexually frustrated when she's alone with her hair down she's always touching herself. "Oh to be loved and touched! Even lust is better than a life without love!" she tells her husband. Then she leaves her cabin, goes to the sarcophagus then walks in a trance to Frank Converse's, enters without knocking and strips. "You're the one, aren't you?" she asks. He replies "I'm whatever you want me to be." Then they screw. (Perhaps this is what Stella Stevens character means when she utters the buzz line of the movie "There is a devil, there is no doubt, but is he trying to get IN US, or trying to get out!") Next, Merriweather is seen wandering the halls of the ship speaking in tongues. Stella Stevens plays a horny divorcée in a really, REALLY bad wig and low cut outfits sticking her droopy boobs in everyone's face. "A lot of big stars in it?" A lot of has beens or also-rans, like the acting hack couple Christopher and Lynda Day George. Apparently Oscar-winner Ray Milland suffered some bad investments. Otherwise why would he appear in this pile of crap?


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