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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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A misleading title leads to a very strange and boring film..., 28 February 2009
Author: bfan83 (bfan83@yahoo.com) from Murfreesboro, Tennessee

I agree with others who commented on this title. It is bad film with a terribly misleading title. But it has this odd, alluring quality to it. The entire film had a dream-like quality to it. The plot concerns two documentary film students who travel to a small, isolated town in the middle of nowhere to film a documentary about murders that occurred there. Soon they are stalked by someone who is afraid the students are getting to close to a close guarded secret in the town that led to the murders. Despite its slow padding and poor acting, it's still entertaining in a murder mystery sort of way.

One thing I must say that I disagree with is other viewers commenting on the actors being wooden. I thought they did well given the material they had to work with, especially Donna Baltron. Whom I enjoyed very much in HIDE AND GO SHRIEK and SHALLOW GRAVE. With that said, BLOODBATH IN PSYCHO TOWN is still a worth few for people who have patience. Sadly, it's extremely difficult to track down on VHS, but fear not, Troma Entertainment re-released under the title VIDEO DEMONS DO PSYCHOTOWN. Another misleading title.

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