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Writers:
Richard L. Fox (segment)
Stephen A. Maier (segment)
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A gripping tale of horror, murder, and revenge unfolds as Jack Devlin (Claude Akins in his final screen appearance)... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Uneven anthology horror - creeps, killers, and vampires See more (4 total) »

Cast

 

Claude Akins ... Jack Devlin
Peggy Aydelotte ... Caroline Davis
Mark Bender ... 3rd Cop
Mary Blake ... College Coed
David Botts ... Dodge
Thomas Broderick ... Construction Worker
Marlon Brown ... Agent Thurber
Will Brown ... Hippy Boy (as Willy Brown)
Sarah Burk ... Friend Of Victim
Dawn Carlile ... Adult Jamie Davis
Wayne Chalifoux ... Eddie
Joe Cocchiard ... Medical Attendant
James Coffey ... Blake Rutherford II
Melissa Coleman ... Connie Firestone
Tom Croom ... Tim Davis (as Thomas Croom)
Frank Cummings ... Jim Flowers
Dan Daly ... Dr. Henry Gabriel
Richard L. Fox Sr. ... Man With Dog (as Richard Fox)
Brian Gifford ... Medical Attendant
Steve Graff ... Prison Officer
Arlee Hendricks ... Miss Tessball
Tara Lee Hergenhan ... 2nd Victim
James Jackson ... Tom Davis
Louise LeTourneau ... Jessica Peters
Lester Litvim ... Old Man
Patrick Madden ... Jay Beardsley
Herbert Maier ... Mr. Whitehead
Joan Maier ... Mrs. Whitehead
Jennifer Marie ... Diane
Beth McKenzie ... Jamie Davis
C.P. McKenzie ... 2nd Cop
Faye McKenzie ... Brandy Wine

Roberta McMillan ... Susan
Mary Melnick ... 1st Victim
Barnie Miller Moore ... Traditional Witch
Michael Nadeau ... 1st Cop

Dawn Nickerson ... Lady With Dog (as Dawn Nickerson Fox)

Roy Niehaus ... 1st Zombie
Charlotte Parry ... Studio News Reporter
Paul Piasecki ... College Jock
Larry Quadagno ... Nico Moretti
Carol Rice ... Lori
Joseph Rich ... Probation Officer
Nick Sassatelli ... Paramedic
Larry Silver ... Chief Jim Thompson
Blaise Stevens ... Agent McGee
Rebecca Storrow ... Pamela Sue Pierson
Kevin Thuman ... Brad Aldrick
James Tucker ... Hangman

Todd Vittum ... News Reporter
Roseann Wolfe ... Angry Mother
Peter Zaff ... Hubert Whitehead

Directed by
Richard L. Fox  (as Richard L. Fox Jr.)
Stephen A. Maier 
Kevin G. Nunan 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Richard L. Fox  segment "Saved By the Spell" (as Richard L. Fox Jr.)
Stephen A. Maier  segment "Hubert's Homecoming"
Kevin G. Nunan  segment "Midnight Date"

Produced by
Richard L. Fox .... executive producer
Faye McKenzie .... producer
Larry Quadagno .... producer
 
Original Music by
Michael Perilstein 
 
Cinematography by
Scott Mumford 
Dave Rakoczy 
 
Film Editing by
Mike Kelly 
 
Casting by
Richard L. Fox 
Stephen A. Maier 
Kevin Nunan 
 
Art Direction by
Jeremy Eaton 
Mike Goodge 
 
Set Decoration by
Jeremy Eaton 
 
Costume Design by
Jeff Brown 
 
Makeup Department
Bill Cassinelli .... special make-up effects
Janette Coffey .... makeup artist
Randy Eaton .... special makeup effects artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Steven Jude .... first assistant director
Kimberly Reed .... third assistant director
Carol Rice .... second assistant director
 
Special Effects by
Tom Croom .... special effects
Randy Eaton .... special effects makeup
Jeff Haughton .... special effects assistant
 
Stunts
Mark Bender .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Skye Chandler .... second assistant camera
Janette Coffey .... still photographer
Rusty Durham .... best boy/grip
Richard Gunther .... still photographer
Paul Piasecki .... first assistant camera
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jeff Brown .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Mike Kelly .... on-line editor
Steven l Sterback .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Chris Coan .... music editor
 
Thanks
Tim Deall .... special thanks
Lorraine Styer Emig .... very special thanks
Reeves Lehman .... special thanks
Herbert Maier .... very special thanks
Joan Maier .... special thanks
 

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93 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Final film made by Claude Akins before his death.See more »
Quotes:
Hubert:Party's over!See more »
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Vampires SuckSee more »

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Uneven anthology horror - creeps, killers, and vampires, 7 October 2014
Author: cheekyfilm from United States

"Where Evil Lives" is an obscure anthology horror film recently acquired by Troma and available on youtube. Very uneven in tone and quality, parts of this could be a Lifetime original, others are very Troma-esque in violence and outlandishness. It has some hilarious "so-bad-it's-good" moments, and some genuinely disturbing moments, but the stories leave much to be desired.

The first is about a recently released mass killer revisiting the scene of the crime (the titular house). It starts out promising, but has a dull ending, and is forgettable besides the opening "swordfish scene".

Still, that swordfish sequence is essential viewing.

The second tale is a generic suburban vampire story, like a lamer version of Salem's Lot. A succubus battles a young psychic girl and her two horny brothers. The best/worst part is a ridiculous, verbose voice-over by the grown psychic, now a middle age woman, frequently talking about teenagers' sex drives in an awful monotone delivery. Truly bizarre.

The third story is about a serial killer murdering girls and harvesting their organs for a strip- mall version of Dr. Frankenstein. Nico, the killer, has a rapist-mustache, wears a black vest, and harvests the organs by putting them in a zip lock baggie - he's seriously creepy. And it gets weirder - the police hire a witch to track down the creep. It's awful, near indecipherable, and my favorite of the bunch.

These all take place in the same house, with a boring wrap-around involving a grounds-keeper chatting with a potential home-buyer. Competently made with some enjoyable b-movie awfulness, it's worth a watch if you're into that sort of thing, but is no diamond in the rough.

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