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Director:
Writers:
Mohammed Rustam (written by) &
Philip Dennis Connors (written by)
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Release Date:
October 1985 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Alien vampires have just landed from outer space... in search of the one substance they need to survive... TEENAGE BLOOD! See more »
Plot:
Sex-hungry teens are kidnapped by auto mechanics, who take them to a rural hospital run by aliens who need their blood as the key to their own longevity. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Neville Brand ... Kurt

Aldo Ray ... Fred

Tina Louise ... Cora

John Carradine ... Dr. Kozmar

Julie Newmar ... Dr. Zarma
Karrie Emerson ... Nancy
Bridget Holloman ... Heather
David Hawk ... Brian
G.T. Taylor ... Connie
Keith Fisher ... Ron

Tony O'Dell ... Billy
Kelly Parsons ... Laura Lee (also as Kelly Parson) (as Kelly Parsons)
Scott Hunter ... Young Man on Beach & Garage
Laura Lee ... Young Lady on Beach
Dawn Wildsmith ... Alien Commander (as Bonnie J. Karlyle)
Susan Pastor ... Alien Guard
Kimberly Bleier ... Alien Guard
Kari Thompson ... Alien Guard
Diana Payne ... Alien Guard
Amber Lynn ... Joyce
Jerry Butler ... Eddie (as Paul Siederman)
Jody Swafford ... Girl Applying Lotion
Shone Taylor ... First Guy Having Sex (as Shane Taylor)
Crystal Breeze ... First Girl Having Sex (as Lisa Stanyo)
Traci Escobar
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cynthia Windham ... Alien guard
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Directed by
Mohammed Rustam  (as Mardi Rustam)
 
Writing credits
Mohammed Rustam (written by) (as Mardi Rustam) &
Philip Dennis Connors (written by) (as Phillip D. Connors)

Produced by
Joan Kasha .... associate producer
Mohammed Rustam .... producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Robert O. Ragland 
 
Cinematography by
Don Stern (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Henri Charr 
 
Art Direction by
Gregory R. Wolf  (as Gregory Wolf)
 
Set Decoration by
Deborah Madalena-Lloyd  (as Debbie Madalena)
 
Costume Design by
Jennifer Michaud 
 
Makeup Department
Rhonda Spector .... makeup artist (as Rhonda Specter)
 
Production Management
Henri Charr .... executive in charge of production
Jeanne Van Cott .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Kanter .... first assistant director
William Nettle .... second assistant director (as William Nettles)
 
Art Department
Christian Lee .... assistant set decorator
 
Sound Department
Eusebio F. Aguila .... boomman
Terry J. Chiappe .... sound effects editor (as Terry Chiappe)
Irv Nafshun .... sound mixer
Steven Nafshun .... sound mixer (as Steve Nafshun)
Bill Navarro .... sound mixer
Gerald B. Wolfe .... sound (as Gerald Wolf)
 
Special Effects by
Donn Markel .... special effects makeup
 
Stunts
Keith Johnson .... stuntman
Ericka Marr .... stuntwoman (as Erika Marr)
Walter G. Zeri .... stunt coordinator (as Walter Zeri)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Bob Amerian .... gaffer (as Robert Amerian)
Bob Amerian .... set lighting (as Robert Amerian)
Larry J. Aube .... key grip (as Larry Aube)
Sharon Beard .... still photographer
Anthony Coogan .... key grip
Larry Greis .... gaffer
Larry Greis .... set lighting
Brian Johnson .... grip
Karima .... additional still photographer
Richard Lance .... camera operator
Kimberly Ellen Lowe .... second assistant camera (as Kimberly Voight)
Rod Thompson .... second assistant camera
Vance Trussell .... grip
Kenneth H. Wiatrak .... first assistant camera (as Ken Wiatrak)
 
Casting Department
Jose Altonaga .... casting assistant
Karima .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jennifer Michaud .... wardrobe
Susan Roberts .... wardrobe assistant
Kari Thompson .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Jess Mancilla .... assistant editor (as Jesus Mancilla)
 
Music Department
Michael Linn .... music editor
 
Other crew
David Bey .... production assistant
Michael Bey .... production assistant
Michael Bey .... production assistant
Chris .... beach sequence
James Knight .... production assistant
Robert Miller .... production accountant
Julie Roberts .... production secretary
Kathie Sacks .... assistant production accountant
Sandy .... search sequence
Sarah Shoup .... technical medical consultant
Elizabeth Smith .... production accountant
Nigel Timperly .... production assistant
Kathryn Weygand .... script supervisor (as Kathy Weygand)
 

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84 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Final film of Neville Brand.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Boy on a Dolphin (1957)See more »
Soundtrack:
Boys Will Be BoysSee more »

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1 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
So bad it's … beyond awful!, 9 December 2009
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

My mates and I were hoping this notorious mid-80's horror junk would at least be amusingly awful, like "The Dark Power" or something, but instead this is really just a very retarded amateur film that isn't even funny when you're intoxicated to the nth degree. Tons of gratuitous nudity aside, there are absolutely no redeeming values to find in "Evils of the Night" and the impressive list of starring B-movie legends (Aldo Ray, Neville Brand, John Carradine, Julie Newmar…) are embarrassing themselves. Somewhere in the middle of a forest (?) there's a party beach where hormone-driven teenagers gather around for stupid pranks, foul play and unconditional sex. Two local dim-witted car mechanics kidnap the love-making kids and sell them to a society of aliens. The aliens, wearing futuristic outfits that appear to be stolen from Gary Glitter's private wardrobe, need human beings to increase their own lifespan with 200 years. "Evils of the Night" is nearly gore-free and purposelessly boring. The acting performances are terribly uninspired (especially John Carradine is pitiable and miscast as the lead alien) and the wannabe comical interludes are the complete opposite of funny. There's one fairly worthwhile sequence – involving an electric drill – but that's hardly enough to save the film. Skip it, regardless of how cool the DVD-cover looks.

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