Evils of the Night

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Evils of the Night
Directed by Mardi Rustam
Produced by Mardi Rustam
Mohammed Rustam
Written by Mardi Rustam
Philip Dennis Connors
Starring Aldo Ray
Neville Brand
Tina Louise
John Carradine
Julie Newmar
Music by Robert O. Ragland
Cinematography Don Stern
Edited by Henri Charr
Distributed by Aquarius Releasing
Release dates
  • 1985 (1985)
Running time 84 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Evils of the Night is a 1985 low-budget science fiction/"porno horror" film[1] starring Aldo Ray, Neville Brand, Tina Louise, John Carradine, and Julie Newmar.[2][3]

Plot[edit]

Vampire aliens Dr. Kozmar (Carradine), Dr. Zarma (Newmar) and Cora (Louise) recruit two dim-witted mechanics (Ray and Brand) to abduct teenagers living in a college town and bring them to a rural hospital. There, the aliens drain them of their blood, which they need to stay young.[4]

Reviews were generally negative. A reviewer at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wrote, "Evils of the Night is an attempt to introduce an appalling new genre: The Teen Sex Comedy-Slice 'N' Dice Thriller-Martians Have Landed Combo."[5] Roger Hurlburt at the Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel wrote, "Simply stated, Evils of the Night is a deplorable motion picture."[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mank, Gregory W. (2001). Hollywood cauldron: thirteen horror films from the genre's golden age. McFarland, ISBN 978-0-7864-1112-2
  2. ^ Joe Bob Briggs May 19, 1985 A season of sleaze: Checking out summer's long list of outdoor delights. Orlando Sentinel
  3. ^ Editorial staff (Dec 4, 1985). ARMED MAYHEM. Orlando Sentinel
  4. ^ Martin, Mick; Porter, Marsha (2004). DVD & video guide 2004. Ballantine Books, ISBN 978-0-345-44994-8
  5. ^ Staff report (June 17, 1986). Evils of the Night is more silly than scary Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  6. ^ Hurlburt, Roger (June 9, 1987). 'Evils of the Night' just bloody awful. Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel

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