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‘Cellar Dweller’ DVD Review (101 Films)

Stars: Yvonne De Carlo, Debrah Farentino, Brian Robbins, Jeffrey Combs, Pamela Bellwood, Miranda Wilson, Vince Edwards, Floyd Levine, Michael Deak | Written by Don Mancini | Directed by John Carl Buechler

A monster B-movie from the late 80’s that many people won’t have heard of and many other people will have completely forgotten about, Cellar Dweller is one of those unusual little movies that gets buried beneath a stack of similar titles and only really has a chance to be woken up again if a company decides to pick up the rights and release it. 101 Films, here in the UK, did just that, and so 2014 finally saw a DVD release of the film.

Helmed by the director behind other corny cult films such as Troll and Friday the 13th Part VII, John Carl Buechler, Cellar Dweller manages to grab attention with two members of its otherwise unfamiliar cast. Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator) and Lily Munster herself,
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'Cellar Dweller' (1988) Review

Reviewed by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

Directed By: John Carl Buechler

Written By: Don Mancini

Starring: Yvonne De Carlo (Mrs. Briggs), Debrah Farentino (Whitney), Brian Robbins (Phillip), Pamela Bellwood (Amanda), Miranda Wilson (Lisa), Jeffrey Combs (Colin), Floyd Levine (Taxi Driver), Michael Deak (The Creature)

Cellar Dweller” is a fun 80s horror movie. It should not be taken seriously and it can be thoroughly enjoyed. Penned by Don Mancini (Child’s Play) and directed by John Carl Buechler (Friday the 13th Part VII) they put together a satisfying treat for horror fans. This movie appears to be fairly forgotten but it deserves a look from horror fans today. To this day, the movie has never been released on DVD.

The plot begins when the original writer of the “Cellar Dweller” comics mysteriously dies and thirty years later, Whitney Taylor decides to use her artistic abilities to continue making the comic strip.
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