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Evil Night (1992)

A group of rich college brats conspire to play a prank on Jimmy Fisher, the school nerd. But when Jimmy ends up unconscious, the co-eds leave him and head out to a party. What they don't ... See full summary »


Todd Jason Cook


Todd Jason Cook


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Credited cast:
Holly Aeck Holly Aeck ... Jennifer
Joseph Fautinos Joseph Fautinos ... Peter Johnson
Spencer Trask Spencer Trask ... Jimmy Fisher
Todd Jason Cook Todd Jason Cook ... Scott / Eric
Penny Spellman Penny Spellman ... Stephanie (as Penny Weiss)
Scott Spellman Scott Spellman ... John
Lisa Cook Lisa Cook ... Shannon - Blonde Bimbo (as Lisa Forbes)
Cynthia Wilson Cynthia Wilson ... Tiffany
Mark Chavez Mark Chavez ... Mark
Jerry McGhee Jerry McGhee ... Neighbor
Rik Deskin ... Rob
Alan Finney Alan Finney ... Greg
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Deane Brattain Deane Brattain ... Smoker
Sabrina Cook Sabrina Cook ... Drunk
Chad Eubanks Chad Eubanks ... Tim - Guy with Mop


A group of rich college brats conspire to play a prank on Jimmy Fisher, the school nerd. But when Jimmy ends up unconscious, the co-eds leave him and head out to a party. What they don't realize is that, when Jimmy wakes up, the evil inside of him triggers and he sets out for revenge as he offs his tormentors in some very original ways: exploding cigarettes, beer bottles, mops, spiked frat paddles and more. Written by Todd Cook

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Release Date:

18 June 1992 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Missouri City, Texas, USA


Box Office


$20,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Horrorscope Films Inc. See more »
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References Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988) See more »


Sub Levels
by Mesuggah
from "Destroy, Erase, Improve"
courtesy of Nuclear Blast America
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Campy low budget horror fun!
16 January 2008 | by galaxyfunstuffSee all my reviews

I am a big fan of independent movies. While this one plays like an imitation of all the "nerd gets revenge" horror movies, it still manages some very original kill scenes, decent acting, and a fun story line.

What sets Evil Night apart from the rest is the nerd's science genius which he uses to create a potion that gives him telekinesis which he uses to get revenge on those who wronged him.

This appears to be Todd Cook's first movie. You can tell by quality alone because it is not as clean as his later efforts. Some of the scenes are very dark and the film is quite grainy as a result. I agree that it has good gore effects (also done by Cook). The new DVD release seems to have generated a newfound success and even found distribution by a company called Screamtime Films (which hosts other movies directed by Todd Cook).

Evil Night was obviously made as a fun, campy style movie with black humor and it succeeds because on the surface it isn't made to be taken seriously, like any horror movie.

With that in mind, this film is a fun way to kill 90 minutes and it's a definite tribute to the glorious 80's slasher boom!

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