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Forever Evil (1987)

TV-MA | | Horror | 6 October 1987 (USA)
The sole survivor of a backwoods massacre investigates the incident with the help of a photographer and a police officer. Soon, it becomes clear that they're up against nothing less than an ancient god!

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Red Mitchell ...
Tracey Huffman ...
Charles L. Trotter ...
Leo (as Charles Trotter)
Kent T. Johnson ...
Zombie (as Kent Johnson)
Diane Johnson ...
Holly
Howard Jacobsen ...
Nash
Jeffrey Lane ...
Jay
Karen Chatfield ...
Jeanne
David Campbell ...
Robert
Susan Lunt ...
Julie
Marcy Bannor ...
Lisa
Richard Zamecki ...
Peter
Freeman Williams ...
Ben
Kayce Glasse ...
Mrs. Weinberger
Richard Hamner Jr. ...
Fred
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One night at a cabin retreat, Marc Denning became the sole survivor of a bloody massacre which claimed the lives of his lover, his brother, and three friends. Shortly after the murders, he begins to look for answers that will explain the slaughter, and soon he uncovers a plot by a mysterious and supernatural cult which for many years has been responsible for a series of periodic ritual murders. Their aim is to bring about the return of Yog Kothag, an ancient god who was so evil that he was banished from Earth centuries ago. Written by Patrick D. Rockwell <prockwell@thegrid.net>

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Forever Watching...Waiting...Killing! See more »

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When Marc and Reggie go out to see a movie, they see The Jet Benny Show (1986). This was director Roger Evans's previous film. See more »

Quotes

Leo: Well, can I get a quarter?
Marc: I got your quarter right here!
[Grabs his crotch]
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Referenced in Found (2012) See more »

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Not a word...not one single word...
16 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

My dear Aunt Lucille, may she rest in peace, always told me that if I don't have something nice to say, then I'd best say nothing at all. With those wise words in mind, I will retain a humble silence while you enter your neighborhood movie rental store and approach the counter with this pissant excuse for a supernatural horror film.

That's right. I'm not going to say a single word while you shake your head in disbelief as a girl gets dragged into the night by A SINGLE FLIMSY STICK. Nope. I'll hold my tongue throughout the scenes of a rubber-mask-zombie wreaking very minor havoc upon characters you wish would die in pain and fear.

I'll politely refrain from commenting on how the folks who made this seem to have read someplace that THE EVIL DEAD was a virtual no-budget project, and, being aware of the considerable buzz which that film generated, decided to utilize a 3-day weekend to concoct this pallid "homage". And when the "surprise ending" comes around, don't expect my opinion to be forthcoming...I'll just sit quietly and listen as you hurl expletives at the video box.

2.5/10. But I'm not saying a damn thing.


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