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Cast

  (in credits order)
Ron Arragon ... Eric

Donna Baltron ... Karen
Dave Elliott ... Scott (as David Elliott)
Pam Martin ... Diane Packard (as Pat Martin)
Myra Taylor ... Sylvia
Gerry Langedon ... Cyntia
Ed Bevan ... Edward
Albert Julkes Jr. ... George
Kevin Lee Giese ... Walter
Timothy Sabo ... Bartender (as Timothy E. Sabo)
Anthony Gulassa ... Computer Salesman
Suzi Eacret ... Woman at computer
Jerry Kaplan ... Old Man Packard

Directed by
Alessandro De Gaetano  (as Allessandro deGaetano)
 
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Alessandro De Gaetano  writer

Produced by
Karl A. Coken .... producer
Vincent Field .... executive producer
Gregg Ladd .... co-producer
Darrel Walker .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Glenn Longacre 
 
Cinematography by
Wayne Kohlar 
 
Film Editing by
Rocco M. LaBellarte 
 
Art Direction by
Richard W. Laudeman 
 
Makeup Department
Brett Kolarik .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Gerry Massey .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Timothy Sabo .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Cory Coken .... sound editor
Ric Coken .... sound designer
Jim Moore .... sound effects
Steve Wilburn .... sound re-recording assistant
 
Special Effects by
Matthew K. Gilmore .... special effects creator
 
Other crew
Alexandra Schultz .... body double
 

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Also Known As:
"Video Demons Do Psychotown" - USA (video title)
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87 min
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
So utterly boring..., 29 December 2005
Author: DevilPaul from Troy, NY

I got this movie in a Troma gift box and it was titled "Video Demons Do Psychotown". Now, judging by the cover and description on the back, about 45 minutes into the movie I thought I may have gotten the wrong disc packaged in my case. So I paused it and looked at the box again. The cover featured a man in a Mohawk popping out of a TV screen and the movie description promised things like "video demons control your every move" and a "gruesome journey into a world of subliminal psychic nightmares". Sure enough there were 3 stills from the flick on the back.

In actuality this movie is a boring murder mystery flick about two college students finishing up a documentary for a film school final project. Both leads are wooden and this movie features some lame ass love scenes. There is a lot of talking and repetition none of which builds up to any kind of climax in the end. There are a total of 3 murders and about 4 or 5 love scenes over the course of 90 minutes. That breakdown right there should clue you into what a total snooze-fest this picture is.

And Troma, be a little more honest with your packaging. No one likes to be baited and switched like that and it's no wonder why this dud was slipped into the "Toxie's Top Ten" gift box.

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