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Dead of Night (1988)

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An abused woman conjures up a spirit to take revenge on the men who have misused her.



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Cast overview:
Julie Merrill ...
Sara / Sura
Janet Graham ...
April (as Kuri Browne)
John Reno ...
Richard Fast ...
Richard (as J.K. Dumont)
Isaac Allan ...
Aarin Teich ...
Bob Kipp ...
John Smith (as Bob Kip)
George Carter ...
Mensa (as Jordan Brown)
Jak Castro ...
Abigail Lenz ...
Stanla Shirley ...
Bag Lady
Michael McGuire ...
F. Thom Spadaro ...
Policeman (as Thom Spadero)
Bobby Bird ...


An abused woman conjures up a spirit to take revenge on the men who have misused her.

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Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the deadliest of them all...


Action | Comedy | Horror


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1 February 1988 (USA)  »

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Mirror of Death  »

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The producer of this movie is Claude Rains' daughter Jessica Rains. At a party early in the movie, there is a poster for The Man Who Reclaimed His Head (1934) starring Claude Rains. See more »

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After the closing credits a shout can be heard: 'Damn! What the hell was that?' See more »


References The Man Who Reclaimed His Head (1934) See more »

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Low-budget dreck saved by a few redeeming qualities
23 May 2008 | by (IN) – See all my reviews

The reviews on this site are really out of date. This film HAS been transferred to DVD -- by Troma no less -- and this film was most definitely not made with a super 8! Though I do have to agree with one review, that I wonder if the person who wrote the back of the box had even seen this film. Anyway...

Here's a somewhat entertaining film about a housewife who gets beaten and choked and she decides to conjure up evil spirits and rip some throats. Really, the first half of this movie is hilarious and entertaining, with a chick killing people for the most random reasons ever. "Don't touch my mirror!" "Don't ever touch my candles!" After about 40 minutes, the film loses steam, though it picks back up in the fitfully bizarre and over-the-top finale which features some weird makeup, ridiculous special effects that have to be seen to be believed, and sloooooow moooooootiooooon. After the first 40 minutes there's really no gore to speak of, and my mind kind of wandered after that point.

Really, except for the gore, there's only two things that make this film worth sitting through: The main actress is extremely cute with her short and spiky red hair, and the movie focuses on her 100% of the time. Also, the acting -- especially the two male leads -- is probably amongst the greatest examples of overacting ever. Not a bad film but nothing special either.

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