Five teenagers embark on a boating trip off the coast of Florida. The teens get hopelessly lost at sea after they get caught in a fierce storm. Fortunately, the quintet stumble across an ... See full summary »
A fallen man of the cloth forever bound to the fires of Hell by a pact made with Satan is unleashed to torment humankind. It was 20 years ago that a young innocent named Melissa was ... See full summary »
James M. O'Donoghue
A young woman travels with her partner to England on the unexpected death of her brother. Staying with her sister-in-law, she finds her companion soon drawn into a satanic cult based in the... See full summary »
Gilliat,a fisherman/smuggler is in jail, and is offered a pardon, if he undertakes a mission to sail to France to rescue Douchette, an English agent, whose cover has been blown,and who has now been jailed. Gilliat accepts the challenge.
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René Cardona Jr.
School nerd Bill just wants to save the world and to score a date with cheerleader babe Chrissie Schackler. Both become real possibilities when he finds an alcoholic Leprechaun in a beer ... See full summary »
Michael Paul Girard
Lezlie Z. McCraw,
Five teenagers embark on a boating trip off the coast of Florida. The teens get hopelessly lost at sea after they get caught in a fierce storm. Fortunately, the quintet stumble across an abandoned yacht in the middle of the ocean with a mysterious biology lab on board it. Unfortunately, there are also ferocious mutated prehistoric fish running amok on the yacht. Will any of the teens survive this harrowing ordeal? Written by
This actually played for a while about 2 years ago at a theatre here in Tokyo. The English title was CREATURES FROM THE ABYSS and the Japanese title translated as OBJECT X. It was an English language print and watching this late 70's/ early 80's-look trash in a theatre was a nice experience that made me wish I could have experienced 42nd st. in it's heyday. At the time I thought it was a new release and that it copied the British PROTEUS. But if it was made in '94, I guess the opposite is true.
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