Nightmare Weekend

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Nightmare Weekend
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DVD cover
Directed by Henry Sala
Produced by Andre Feingold
Gerald Gottlieb
Bachoo Sen
Written by George Faget-Benard
Starring Joan Krosche
Debbie Laster
Dale Midkiff
Debra Hunter
Andrea Thompson
Lori Lewis
Music by Martin Kershaw
Cinematography Denis Gheerbrant
Edited by David Gilbert
Distributed by Troma Entertainment
Release dates 1986
Running time 86 minutes
Country United States
United Kingdom
France
Language English

Nightmare Weekend is a 1986 horror B-movie directed by Henry Sala and distributed by Troma Entertainment. It features the first film role of NYPD Blue actress Andrea Thompson.

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A brilliant professor invents a computer machine meant to better society. However, when her beautiful yet psychotic assistant gets a hold of it, she manipulates it to warp people's minds and turn them into crazed mutants. She selects three young college girls as her victims and invites them up to the professor's house for a weekend of torture and diabolical experiments. Luckily, the three girls are saved by the heroic woman only described as "Linda's Mother" (portrayed by Joan Krosche). Linda is one of the three victims.

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