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Necromancer (1988)

A schoolgirl is raped by three low-lifes, and is then blackmailed by her attackers to keep her quiet. Desperate for revenge, she makes contact with a necromancer, who promptly "takes care" ... See full summary »

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Elizabeth Kaitan ...
Julie Johnson (as Elizabeth Cayton)
John Tyler ...
Eric Freiden
Rhonda Dorton ...
Freda Lurch
Stan Hurwitz ...
Paul DuShane
Edward A. Wright ...
Carl Caulder
Shawn Eisner ...
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Charles DeLonge
Lois Masten Ewing ...
Necromancer (as Lois Masten)
David Flynn ...
David
Lisa Randolph ...
Mary
Lisa Beth Wilson ...
Linda
Scott Harrison ...
Romeo
Keith Burns ...
Gus
Carla Baron ...
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A schoolgirl is raped by three low-lifes, and is then blackmailed by her attackers to keep her quiet. Desperate for revenge, she makes contact with a necromancer, who promptly "takes care" of the boys using her magic powers. Written by Alexander Lum <aj_lum@postoffice.utas.edu.au>

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When Simple Revenge Is Not Enough!

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15 November 1988 (West Germany)  »

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Necromancer: Satan's Servant  »

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Title Card: "I am safe - I am safe - yes - if I be not fool enough to make open confession!" Edgar Allen Poe
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Guess what this is..
24 February 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Yep, just another trashy horror film. A young blonde college graduate gets raped, then unwittingly utilises the help of a demon to get her own back on her aggressors and anyone else she happens to be upset with. There now follows 85 minutes of ropey special effects and irritating incidental music, as our hapless victim attempts to find a way to make the slaughter stop. Some unintentional laughs lighten up what is generally a tedious affair, with fake blood & guts galore and far too many shots of blokes in their underpants. Of course it also has the requisite female kit-offery in it as well. Yee-ha! Sadly, despite the best efforts of Miss Elizabeth Cayton's double D's, the film is likely to remain as forgotten as New Coke. Or the Millennium dome. Or the Atari Jaguar. Or.. well, I think you get the picture.. 2/10


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