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Satan's Touch (1984)

| Horror
A struggling grocery-store owner makes a deal with Satan that gives him the power to gamble in Las Vegas and Atlantic City casinos without losing. However, his deal is threatened with ... See full summary »

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Lou Bellamy
David Chase
Mike Clifford
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Adrienne Diercks ...
Mary Parrish
Kate Diercks ...
Katie Parrish
Bernard Erhard
Peter Goetz
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A struggling grocery-store owner makes a deal with Satan that gives him the power to gamble in Las Vegas and Atlantic City casinos without losing. However, his deal is threatened with exposure when a casino boss suspicious of his "winning streak" begins to investigate him. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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A nidorous discharge of assorted sub-adequacies.
3 October 2005 | by (fabulous Las Vega$!) – See all my reviews

The Devil himself, a strangely unimposing "Bee-Gees" looking fellow, targets a small-town Idaho grocer to be led into a life of sin. This evil plan of action transpires as said grocer and wife win a trip to Las Vegas...and every bet they make there is a winner. Much to the amazement of casino personnel, a machine rigged to never pay off actually DOES do so, sparking an investigation into the mysterious luck of the Idaho players. Meanwhile, the disco devil looks on and laughs....

SATAN'S TOUCH is by no means a horror film, so don't let the fact that its in the horror section of your video shop with creepy box art fool you....this indigent regional obscurity probably never saw a theatrical release, and justly so. It's a bottom-feeder banquet of briny, low-tide slop which simply begs to be dismissed.

One lonely star(out of ten).


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