This is the long awaited part 2 for writer/Director Rick Sloane's campy cult classic Hobgoblins shot in 1987. Old man McCreedy is locked away in a mental hospital when Kevin and his friends... See full summary »
Brash and gutsy stripper Bettina and mousy secretary Jeannie are framed for a murder they didn't commit. The radically contrasting distaff duo go on the lam in a red convertible with a half... See full summary »
Two TV station employees, a snooty female production assistant, and an eager gofer are assigned by their boss to locate a mysterious cassette. They quickly find themselves framed for murder and pursued by government agents.
Vice cops Candy and Traci accidentally meet the bikini robbers who are armed with assault weapons in a bank. The thieves escape with loot after a wild shoot-out. The commissioner and the ... See full summary »
The janitor at a local high school is actually the scout for a coven of Satanists on the lookout for a virgin to sacrifice. One day he kidnaps the cheerleading squad to use for their ... See full summary »
Yvonne De Carlo,
WOW. I saw Visitants for the first time when I found it in the dark recesses of a video store clearance sale. It surely had never been rented, since it was a film by Rick Sloane, the maker of HOBGOBLINS! Any self-respecting MSTie (fan of Mystery Science Theatre 3000)will know what I mean.
This movie seems to be Sloane's "other" opus. It has some of the same actors as Hobgoblins but the same quality, or even worse, if that is imaginable. The "plot is about a "boy" (who looks 37, fighting away his neighbors, who are "gasp" aliens! He fails some science classes in "High School" and thats about it. The sets are goofy, the makeup wacky and the acting funny in it's delivery. This is totally the greatest "bad movie" ever, and it is almost too much to bear all at once. Beware... for The Visitaants!
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