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Vinnie Bilancio ...
Bob Martin (as Vincent Bilancio and Vincent J. Bilancio)
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Crystal
Elizabeth Barris ...
Manny
John F. Goff ...
Jerry Steiner
Tim Gannon ...
Dusty Chase
Curt Swobel ...
Detective Ketchum
David Lipson ...
Jack (as Dave Lipson)
Daniella Green ...
Sarah
Linda Serbu ...
Carla
Erin Horne ...
Brenda
Tanya Taskila ...
Katy Cummings
Joe Haggerty ...
Crystalologist
Debbie Monroe ...
Nun / Teacher
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Student / Kid
David Billotti ...
Infomercial Spokesman
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When will it ever end?

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3 August 2000 (Japan)  »

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Scream Again  »

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As the Bob Martin character tries to escape the temple, we see him trying to pull open the front doors, although they are clearly marked push. See more »

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Broad that worked one day then quit - Mirelle Leveque See more »

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Leeches of Life
Performed by Jim Tsvet Jofski
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Bad Paint-By-Numbers Horror
28 April 2004 | by (Boston, Mass) – See all my reviews

Jeff Leroy wanted to makes fun of Scientology so built a horror movie around a cult similar to it. The twist is that instead of frail old L. Ron Hubbard as the cult leader, there's a centuries old space monster who turns his followers into vampires. Our hero is a dirty living college student who is doing research into the occult. His landlord is an attractive blonde who tries to get him to clean up his life with the help of the cult. It doesn't take him long to figure out that she's only after one thing: his blood. "The Screaming" was shot very cheaply on video and I just plain ugly. The space monster (which looks like a giant winged cat that looks perpetually mad and has no skin) is alternately a clay-mation miniature and a large scale animatronics puppet, both of which look awful. The acting and writing are both terrible and the director doesn't even try to disguise the fact that this movie was made for nothing. Avoid this non-scary, pitiful little excuse.


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