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Saturday the 14th Strikes Back (1988)

Eddie and his family have just inherited a spooky wreck of a house. What they do not know about the house is that it was built over an evil passage way, but they are soon to discover the ... See full summary »

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Gramps Baxter
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Frank Baxter
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Kate Baxter
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Bert
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Leonard
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The Werewolf
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The Plumber (as Dave Workman)
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Eddie and his family have just inherited a spooky wreck of a house. What they do not know about the house is that it was built over an evil passage way, but they are soon to discover the wacky evil it releases. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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WARNING: This movie starts where the others chicken out! See more »


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5 August 1988 (USA)  »

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Samstag, der 14. schlägt zurück  »

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Spoofs Friday the 13th (1980) See more »

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I Believe in Happy Endings
Music by Parmer Fuller
Lyrics by Howard R. Cohen
Published by Julie H. Music (ASCAP), Howard R. Cohen Songs (ASCAP) and Parmer Fuller Publishing (ASCAP)
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If you hated the original Saturday the 14th..
11 December 2002 | by (hollywood, CA) – See all my reviews

Horror fans, movie fans, and people in general are reluctant to say anything good about the 1981 horror spoof Saturday the 14th. All would have to admit though, that it is far funnier than this film, that is if they were tricked into seeing this one. It's pretty much the same story. The young boy in the family is the only one who notices the monsters wandering about the house. Simple humor can work, but it does not carry a second movie. It was pretty cute how in the first film the kid was trying to hide the monsters in order to protect his parents. This time the less likeable pre-teen is trying to warn his family and of course they don't believe him.

I liked the first movie. I admit at first I was laughing at it, but later with it. I barely cracked a smile watching this video. One almost successful scene involved an English sport of horse shooting on TV, but the joke went on too long with the shooter showing up at their house. Another potentially funny moment spoofed the news sensation of the child falling down the well in the 80's. They used the joke twice because I guess they knew it was one of their better ideas.

Comparing the sister-in-the-bathtub scenes in both movies shows why this one does not work. Having her get sucked through the pipes is just plain stupid while having the Creature from the Black Lagoon rise up next to her is edgy. Michael Berryman is in the medicine cabinet as a mummy, but his role as one of the leading monsters is not reason enough to see the film. I'm a big fan of Berryman and his monster is the best one in the movie, but the movie should probably be avoided.


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