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|David Mason Daniels||...||
|Leo Gorcey Jr.||...||
|Rhio H. Blair||...||
|Kevin Peter Hall||...||
Drunk (as Ted Lehman)
Reporter (as Albert Cirimele)
|Tom McLoughlin||...||(as Thomas McLoughlin)|
|Tom McLoughlin||...||(written by) (as Thomas McLoughlin) &|
|Michael Hawes||...||(written by)|
|Thomas P. Johnson||...||executive producer|
|Hal Trussell||...||director of photography|
|Tom Allers||...||assistant editor|
|Mark W. Rosenbaum||...||assistant editor (as Mark Rosenbaum)|
|Cricket Rowland||...||(as Cricket Rowlands)|
|Linda M. Bass||...||(as Linda Bass)|
|Randy Lowe||...||makeup artist|
|Judy Tophma||...||hair dresser|
|Dennis Hoffman||...||assistant production manager|
|John Forrest Niss||...||post-production supervisor|
|Michael Schroeder||...||unit production manager|
|Michael Wuergler||...||executive in charge of production|
|Nancy King||...||second assistant director|
|Dennis M. White||...||first assistant director (as Dennis White)|
|Ed Callahan||...||assistant set decorator|
|J. Rae Fox||...||prop master (as J. Ray Fox)|
|Robin L. Miller||...||assistant props (as Robin Miller)|
|Ken Beauchene||...||boom operator|
|Trevor Black||...||sound mixer|
|Michael Hilkene||...||sound editor|
|Russ Tinsley||...||sound editor|
|Joseph R. De Guzman||...||commentary re-recordist (uncredited)|
|Ellis Burman Jr.||...||special effects design (as Ellis Burman)|
|Thomas R. Burman||...||special effects design (as Tom Burman)|
|Paul Clemens||...||special effects crew|
|Carl Cobery||...||special effects crew|
|John Logan||...||special effects makeup|
|Lisa Morton||...||special effects crew|
|Steve Neill||...||special effects crew (as Steve Neil)|
|Cody Pence||...||special effects crew|
|David Quashnick||...||special effects crew (as Dave Quaschnick)|
|Mark Siegel||...||special effects crew (as Mark Seigel)|
|Bob Williams||...||special effects design|
|Mark Bryan Wilson||...||special effects crew (as Mark B. Wilson)|
|Michael W. Blymyer||...||gaffer (as Michael Blymyer)|
|Robert Fischer||...||grip (as Bob Fischer)|
|Jim Grce||...||grip (as Jim Grace)|
|Pat Hall||...||best boy grip|
|Gordon Lonsdale||...||first assistant camera|
|Jeff Mart||...||steadicam operator (as Geoff Mart)|
|William Master||...||panaglide assistant operator|
|Toshio Ozawa||...||still photographer|
|Jeff Smith||...||key grip|
|Brian Sullivan||...||second assistant camera|
|Vance Trussell||...||best boy electric (as P. Vance Trussell)|
|Ronald Vidor||...||panaglide operator (as Ron Vidor) / panaglide operator: additional unit|
|Michael Wilson||...||Steadicam assistant|
|Gregory Peters||...||electrician (uncredited)|
|Barbara Lambertson||...||extras casting|
|Patti Callicott||...||wardrobe assistant|
|Kathleen Heller||...||location manager|
|Don Perry||...||music supervisor|
|Geoffrey Till||...||script supervisor (as Geoff Till)|
|Chris Anthony||...||co-transportation coordinator|
|Simon Vicary||...||co-transportation coordinator|
|Debi Carlan||...||production secretary|
|Michael Hawes||...||consultant to director|
|Robben Hixson||...||production auditor|
|Ron Lewis||...||production assistant|
|Greg McElroy||...||craft service|
|Skip O'Brien||...||extras coordinator|
|Kelly Schroeder||...||production assistant|
|Robert Stadd||...||production assistant|
|Bruce Williams||...||craft service|
|John Yardbrough||...||production assistant|
- Citadel Films (1982) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Liberty International Entertainment (1982) (World-wide)
- Comworld Pictures (1983) (United States) (theatrical)
- Showcase Video (1983) (Australia) (video)
- Home Box Office Home Video (HBO) (1984) (United States) (VHS)
- Shochiku CBS/Fox Video (SCF) (1984) (Japan) (VHS)
- Arama Video (1987) (United Kingdom) (VHS) (as 'Night of Darkness')
- Filmview (1987) (United Kingdom) (VHS) (as 'Entity Force')
- Shriek Show (2005) (United States) (DVD)
- KNM Home Entertainment (2008) (Germany) (DVD)
- Code Red DVD (2017) (United States) (Blu-ray)
- Code Red DVD (2017) (United States) (DVD)
- Barium Video (1980) (Finland) (VHS)
- CP Entertainment (Norway) (VHS)
- Multicom Entertainment Group (2011) (World-wide)
- PolyGram Video (West Germany) (VHS)
- Screentime (1988) (West Germany) (VHS)
- Thorn EMI Video (United States) (VHS)
- Thorn EMI (VHS)
A strange man named Karl Rhamarevich dies shortly after discovering a way to become even more powerful in death through telekinesis. On the night of his burial in a crypt, Julie is to spend the night there as part of an initiation rite, supervised by two other girls. The crypt becomes a scene of horror as Raymar returns to life and deploys his horrifying telekinetic powers, with coffins sliding out and splintering open to release decaying bodies on Raymar's command. The bodies soon begin to menace the three girls trapped inside. Will they survive the horrific night in the crypt? Written by Derek O'Cain
|Taglines||A night to remember - until the day until you die! See more »|
|Parents Guide||View content advisory »|
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|Trivia||Meg Tilly was incredibly uncomfortable in the actual mausoleum. Her reactions to her surroundings were often genuine. During the scenes where she was hysterical, she actually did throw herself into hysterics and it took her awhile after each take to calm herself down. See more »|
|Goofs||In the beginning at 33 minutes , when the Caretaker of the mausoleum told the girls to leave the cemetery , he stopped his truck at the main gate cross the street, at this moment you can see a reflection of one of the crew on the driver's door of his blue truck. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film (2009). See more »|
What was that pill you gave to Julie?
Carol: Demerol. She's gonna get so messed up, she won't know what's goin' on. So what's the deal?
Leslie: [Becomes sympathetic] Well, I don't like it.
Carol: [Appalled by Leslie's comment] So?
Leslie: So, I just don't like it!
Carol: Then, you're not coming?
Leslie: I don't know!
Carol: You know, I oughta pull over right now and let you out!
Leslie: Yeah, why don't you?
Carol: [Pulls over to the side of the tunnel and stops the car] Kitty, open the door and let this turkey out!
Leslie: So what, you're really gonna let me out here, huh?
Carol: You named it, you claimed it.
[Leslie is appalled by Carol's order and orders Kitty]
Carol: Open the door!
[Kitty opens the door, and Leslie gets out of the car]
Leslie: What, Kitty, you're going with her, huh?
Carol: She sure as Hell is! She's a REAL Sister!
Carol: Come on, Kitty, shut the door. We're outta here.
[Leslie and Kitty exchange concerned looks, and Kitty complies by closing the door. Leslie watches Carol's car speed off and walks off]
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