Police investigation of a series of mutilation deaths reveals that they were committed by an ancient demon. They enlist the help of a professor who is an expert in the field to fight the ... See full summary »

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Professor Marduk
Jefferson Leinberger ...
Joe Kavanagh
Mary Schaeffer ...
Amanda Treet
Billie Shaeffer ...
Phyllis Robishon
Tony Vogelli ...
Gene Davis
Charles E. Rickard ...
Frank Morris
Vernon R. DeVinney ...
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Carl Harding
Hal Streib ...
Earl Wilson
Michael Fisk ...
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J.T. Newton ...
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Barry Price ...
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Norman Fitz ...
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Joanne L. Suder ...
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Police investigation of a series of mutilation deaths reveals that they were committed by an ancient demon. They enlist the help of a professor who is an expert in the field to fight the demon. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Xul means evil... Maxim Xul means ultimate evil.

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Horror | Sci-Fi

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30 May 1991 (USA)  »

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Das Pentagramm des Todes  »

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Detective Joe Kavanagh asks if there were any witnesses at the scene of the construction worker's murder. The other police officer remarks that he was found by a watchman but in the previous scene it's clear that his murder was witnessed by somebody driving the white truck. When the police arrive two men with hardhats are looking at the body, these two men retreat toward the truck when the police clear the crime scene. See more »

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"A Star Is Born"
4 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The film just plain old "sucks"...HOWEVER...Billie Schaeffer is a thing dreams are made of. Too bad her career never took off as I could tell she was a true Thespian at heart. Who knows where or what she's up to now but I'll bet a dollar to a donut there's still grease-paint running thru her veins. If she had received a slab of cement in front of that famous Chinese theater in Hollywood it might have read "Stardoms loss was oblivions gain". I hope to view her again in a film before that big director in the sky yells..."CUT"...for the final time.

"Until

we may

meet

again,"

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