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Night of the Beast (1993)

Lukas' Child (original title)
| Horror
Lovely young starlets, auditioning for an upcoming low-budget horror flick, are kidnapped and locked up by a skull-faced movie producer.

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Robert May ...
Lukas
Gene Lebrock ...
Detective Steve Anderson (as Gene LeBrock)
Shanna McCullough ...
Detective Susan Wesley (as Marcia Gray)
Mark Richardson ...
Jason
David Skinner ...
Mad-Dog
Eric Robert Louzil ...
Ryan (as Eric R. Louzil)
Bryan Louzil ...
Mark
Jacqueline Gorman ...
Joycelyn
Elizabeth Young ...
Karen Adams
Carrie Vanston ...
Susan
Jacqueline Moen ...
Sarah
John Theilade ...
The Child
Phil Rivo ...
Marco
Toni Alessandrini ...
Coven Dancer (as Toni Allesandrini)
William J. Kulzer ...
Detective Roberts
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Lukas Armand, a skull-faced movie producer, is auditioning lovely young starlets for his upcoming low-budget horror flick. The girls are delighted to learn they've been chosen to star in the film until Lukas' creepy gophers, Jason and Maddog, kidnap the actresses one by one and lock the terrified girls up somewhere in the bowels of the film studio. Written by Anonymous

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'A cannibalistic Devil-monster'

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Fun, thin, exploitive, but not too bad.
8 December 2003 | by (Olympia, Washington) – See all my reviews

I found LUKAS' CHILD on a two disk set with the truly terrible THE SCREAMING and one of the worst movies ever made, HELLSPAWN. This was the best of them. The best scenes in this movie have a cult wearing skull masks feeding girls to "the child". The guy who plays the cult leader does a great job. However, the subplot about the detective investigating the cult and the snooping kids are both garbage. Watch this for the cult scenes, girls undressing, and some (unintentionaly) funny bits. It's at least as good as some of the things Roger Corman produced. The folks who made this clearly have a future in the exploitation/horror movie business.


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