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Writer:
Charles Philip Moore (written by)
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Release Date:
5 July 1990 (West Germany) See more »
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Tagline:
There's something deadly in the air. See more »
Plot:
With the need to investigate the mysterious death of his grandparents, Cory and his friends assemble back to the old farm where it all begun sixty years ago. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Eric Larson ... Cory
Francine Lapensée ... Elaine (as Francine Lapensee)

Rufus Norris ... Harcourt
Jack Vogel ... Stacy

Stephen Quadros ... Chuck
Mark David Fritsche ... Jack
Sherry Leigh ... Bonnie (as Sherry Bendorf)
Bobby Johnston ... Dell

Lynn Clark ... Terri

Richard Gabai ... Willy
Mia M. Ruiz ... Reena (as Mia Ruiz)
Kym Santelle ... Harriet
Stella Kastner ... Regina (Farm Woman)
Axel Toowey ... George (Farm Husband)
Jake Jacobson ... Cory's Father
C.D.J. Koko ... Grand Demon (as D. Koko)
Tiffany Million ... Beautiful Demon (as Sandra Margot)
Mindy McEnnan ... Demon Girl
Daemeth Rooney ... Farm Boy
Alisha Daher ... Fog Girl
Elisa Mraz ... Fog Girl
Tenessa Rooney ... Fog Girl
Talee Rooney ... Infant Jack
Eric Taylor ... Young Jack
Todd Sprangler ... Teenage Jack
Velma Billings ... Mature Bonnie
Lorri Urbach ... Woman-Thing
Barbara Francis ... Background Stills
Gary Michael Boyce ... Demon
Anne Cochran ... Demon
Christopher Franjola ... Demon
Sherry Grogan ... Demon

Diane Healey ... Demon (as Diane M. Hall)
Jonathan Harman ... Demon
Judie Lynne Haymes ... Demon
Ida Kelly ... Demon
Joyce Lasley ... Demon
Michael Magne ... Demon

Johnny Mask ... Demon
Jon Meade ... Demon
Ann R. Nelson ... Demon
LaDonna M. Owens ... Demon
Jeff Petersen ... Demon

Lou Diamond Phillips ... Demon (as Louis Gem Phips)
Francesca Riccardi ... Demon
Mariah L. Richardson ... Demon
Tammy Richardson ... Demon
Wendy Ripley ... Demon
Elisabeth Roaldsnes ... Demon
Judith M. Simpson ... Demon
Jeffrey Urbach ... Demon

Chuck Williams ... Demon
Shaun Williams ... Demon
Kjima Boyd ... Demon (voice)
Vema Boyd ... Demon (voice)
Inda Gordon ... Demon (voice)
Mimi Vodnoy ... Demon (voice) (as Mimi Love)
Philip Boyd ... Demon (voice) (as Phil Boyd)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Elizabeth Ince ... Grandmother Regina (uncredited)

Directed by
Charles Philip Moore 
 
Writing credits
Charles Philip Moore (written by)

Produced by
Michael Bennett .... producer
Peter Collins .... executive producer
Paul Hunt .... producer
Sandy Horowitz .... executive producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Bruce Wallenstein 
 
Cinematography by
Thomas L. Callaway (director of photography) (as Thomas Callaway)
 
Film Editing by
Christopher Roth  (as Chris Roth)
 
Production Design by
Don Day 
 
Art Direction by
Thom Shephard  (as Tom Shephard)
 
Set Decoration by
Virginia Capobianco  (as Virginia Durden)
 
Costume Design by
Jan Rowton 
 
Makeup Department
David LeRoy Anderson .... special makeup effects technician (as David Anderson)
Lance Anderson .... special makeup effects
David Atherton .... key special makeup effects artist
John Blake .... special makeup effects technician
Scott Coulter .... special makeup effects technician
Lynne K. Eagan .... haircutter (as Lynn Eagan)
Jeffrey S. Farley .... special makeup effects artist (as Jeff Farley)
Dan Frye .... special makeup effects artist (as Danny Frye)
Mark Garbarino .... special makeup effects artist
Adam Jones .... special makeup effects technician
Robin Kissner .... assistant makeup artist
Karen Mason .... special makeup effects technician
Mike Measimer .... special makeup effects technician (as Mike Measiner)
Brian Penikas .... special makeup effects technician
David Penikas .... special makeup effects technician (as Dave Penikas)
Kevin Reter .... special makeup effects technician
Heidi Snyder .... special makeup effects technician
Julie Socash .... key makeup artist (as Julie Travis-Socash)
Lee Stevens .... special makeup effects technician
Jay Wellington .... haircutter
Scott Wheeler .... special makeup effects technician
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nick Chaput .... second assistant director
Julie Cypher .... second second assistant director
John Scherer .... first assistant director (as John J.C. Scherer)
 
Art Department
Joe Arrick .... leadman
Phil Brandes .... construction foreman
Kevin Debout .... assistant art director
Daniel Frey .... construction coordinator (as Daniel S. Frey)
Michelle Marini .... scenic artist
David H. Soloman .... property master (as David Solomon)
 
Sound Department
Jerry Campos .... boom operator
Darrell Cotton .... sound mixer
Sam Kopetzky .... digital sound effects (as Sam Kopetsky)
 
Special Effects by
Fred Cramer .... special mechanical effects
Cleve Hall .... specialty props (as Cleve R. Deth)
Bob King .... special mechanical effects
 
Visual Effects by
David Fiske .... rotoscope consultant
C.P. Moore .... rotoscope artist
 
Stunts
Robert Hunt .... stunts (as Bob Hunt)
C.D.J. Koko .... stunts
Bob Ritz .... stunts
Tim Trella .... stunt coordinator
Zoie .... stunts
Michael Sinclair Walter .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jenna Abrahamson-Minardi .... electrician (as Jenna Abrahamson)
Waide R. Allen .... best boy electric
Monica Carey .... second assistant camera (as Monica Carey Rivera)
Doug Chartier .... additional grip
Gary Graver .... additional photographer
Martin Grobisen .... additional grip
Michael Michaud .... gaffer (as Mike Michaud)
Bob Ogden .... grip
Larry Roth .... additional electrician
James Lawrence Spencer .... key grip (as Jim Spencer)
Joel Sussman .... still photographer
Wayne Trimble .... first assistant camera
Derek Wells .... best boy grip
Derek Wells .... dolly grip
Kerrec 'K-Man' Williams .... grip (as Kerrec Williams)
Paul Hunt .... additional cinematographer (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kristen Anacker .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Linda Gordon .... apprentice editor
Brent Kaviar .... first assistant editor
Susan McCrae .... apprentice editor
Will Santa Cruz .... additional film editor
Wyonah Tritt .... negative cutter
 
Location Management
Garrett Hogan .... location scout
 
Other crew
Gia Civerolo .... production coordinator
Janice Convery .... assistant: Mr. Bennett
Dee Cooper .... location agent
Bernard Donnenfeld .... legal
Sandra Fayward .... production intern
Lee A. Gillson .... stage: Encino Park Realty
Kenneth Goldberg .... script supervisor (as Ken Goldberg)
Kevin Krieg .... production assistant
Savo Radusinovic .... owner: My Way Restaurant
Christine Scott .... production assistant
Maurice Segal .... publicist
Denise Wheeler .... permits
Dona Williams .... production accountant
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Writer-director Charles Philip Moore had been brought in to try to fix Twisted Nightmare (1987), which he received no credit for. While working on revisions, he was asked to write a screenplay which was tailored to that film's locations, but by the time the script was done and ready to shoot the locations were unavailable.See more »
Quotes:
[After an extended kiss]
Dell:That's why I keep her around.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in Rewind This! (2013)See more »

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10 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
A perfect 10., 6 August 2001
Author: (billybrown41@hotmail.com) from Kimberling City, MO.

Man oh man. This is a real treat.

I enjoyed this one. It has it all. and I aint lyin' neither. There is plenty of gore and there is ALWAYS something to laugh at. The film makers really should have gone for straight comedy.

I needed a good laugh. I've been getting a little burned-out at the job, having some girl trouble, and the whole week's just kinda sucked. This puppy just sorta jumped in my hand at the video store, so I bought the damn thing. I paid a wopping $2 for it and now it's forever stuck in my library of b-movies.

Here's the "plot". This guy (I can't even remember his name) has been having the sick, disturbing dreams and he thinks that if he calls up a bunch of his idiot friends and drags them to his dead grandparents' former home, then he will somehow find the meaning of life or some stupid thing like that. It turns out that the place is like a gate to hell, or something like that and a bunch of demons (who sound like a broken toy)show up and start killing everybody.

Yep, it's that stupid, but funny as hell to watch. Talk about some funny scenes. The two magician guys (who look an awful lot like a poor man's Sigfread and Roy) cracked me up. I loved their mullets and there is something a little homoerotic about the way they interact with one another. (am I the only one who noticed that?) Of course one of them is a kung-fu expert and he does kick a mean empty beer-can. I also liked the one over-bearing boyfriend who kept saying "that's why I keep her around." That was a howler. I found the old man at the gas station quite hilarious. His "warning" had me on the floor, wallowing in laughter (I'm sure if someone had walked in my room, they would have thought I was having some sort of convulsions.) Just his "there was BLOOD EVERYWHERE!!!" makes me giggle when I think about it.

The gore effects are pretty decent. The zombies look like they just finished smearing a jar of vaseline on their faces and regurgitated that big bowl of oatmeal they had for breakfast. Oh yeah, did I mention that their voices all sound like the lead singer of Cannibal Corpse with a slight electronic edge?

Well, I hope at least one person out there enjoys this work of art as much as I did. It takes raw talent and skill to make a film this funny. I really hope to meet the director some day. I'd also like to meet the guy who says "that's why I keep her around". That guy really cracked me up and I cracked open a beer simultaneously with his death scene. It's a shame the magical/ambiguous duo didn't stick around too long. They were the coolest ones in the group.

Well, I'm done reviewing this beauty. I'd just like to give a SPECIAL THANKS to the writers for coming up with that line "that's why I keep her around", the director for steering this whole thing in the right direction, the guys with the mullets, their hair-stylists, and the old man who gets to say "there was BLOOD all over the floors, all over the walls, there was BLOOD EVERYWHERE". I'd also like to thank that one girl who got killed in "Slaughterhouse". She's almost as talented as the old man and I'd like to see her in more stuff like this. She can fake a scream and die with the best of 'em.

One more thing: Lou Diamond Phillips is listed in the credits, but If he was in it, I must have missed him. Hmmm, maybe he was ducking behind a tree or hiding in the fake fog.

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