A mental-patient, who is troubled with horrible nightmares, has escaped from his hospital. Now on the streets he can't help killing innocent people. But there is one family he is more than ... See full summary »
Michael's health club is beseiged with a series of terrible murders involving killer saunas and other grisly devices. Michael's wife killed herself a while before and her brother holds ... See full summary »
After a high school track runner, named Laura, suddenly dies from a heart attack after finishing a 30-second 200-meter race, a killer wearing a sweat suit and a fencing mask begins killing ... See full summary »
E. Danny Murphy
A woman is stalked and eventually kidnapped by her psychotic ex-husband. Her present husband, who wasn't even aware that his wife had been previously married, is initially caught in a ... See full summary »
Katherine Kelly Lang,
John Enos III
In the beginning of the movie you see a woman getting raped by a man-creature of some sort. The movie takes place years later when the child that was a result of that rape is on the rampage... See full summary »
The title "Evilspeak" was derived from the phrase "computer-speak", a term used to describe the shorthand used by computer specialists for the otherwise complex. In the film the protagonist uses computers to summon evil spirits. See more »
Obvious dummies in a number of gore scenes, the dummies' bodies and body parts are often different colors and sizes than the actors' real bodies. Most obvious is the dummy used in the opening decapitation scene. The actress's breasts change size and her nipple and skin color changes before she is beheaded. See more »
[Regarding possible excuses for Coopersmith's tardiness]
I take it we can rule out extraterrestrial interference?
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Just what you need - a movie about a nerd at a military academy who stumbles over some old books of Satanic lore, studies up, and rips the heads off his adversaries and most of the faculty in a final scene heavy with dry-ice and peter-pan wire work and...er...pigs. And who is that up on the wire...why it's Clint Howard, a seriously unconvincing messenger of vengeance, whether he's wielding the axe or ranting about 'Satan I command you' in his basement hideout/VIC-20 lab. The Review Board seems to have let one topless-woman-beheading slip by in the opening sequence, but afterward most of the hacking and ripping you hear is the botched rhythm of censored carnage, which I suppose did return precious seconds to my life for which I ought to be grateful.
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