Neon Maniacs (1986 film)
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French language Theatrical poster by Enzo Sciotti
|Directed by||Joseph Mangine|
|Produced by||Christopher Arnold
Steven D. Mackler
|Written by||Mark Patrick Carducci|
|Music by||Kendall Schmidt|
|Edited by||Timothy Snell|
|Distributed by||Anchor Bay Entertainment
Castle Hill Productions Inc.
Bedford Entertainment Inc.
|14 November 1986|
Neon Maniacs is 1986 horror film. The film was also released under the title Evil Dead Warriors.
In the heart of San Francisco, the legions of the damned lay waiting beneath the Golden Gate Bridge. As night falls, they are unleashed upon the city to carve terror into the souls of the innocent. But when one young woman named Natalie (Leilani Sarelle) escapes a bloody teen slaughter, she cannot convince anyone that a rampaging army of psychotic 'monsters' has mutilated her friends. Now haunted, hunted and having a hard time in high school, Natalie must arm herself and her classmates for one final bizarre battle against the horror of the "neon maniacs." Some of the scenes were filmed at Hollywood High School.
|Actor / Actress||Character|
|Victor Brandt||Lieutenant Devin|
|Doyle McCurley||Samurai Warrior|
|Jessie Lawrence Ferguson||Carson|
|Dick Frattali||Alex Peterson|
|Teri Ralston||Marilyn Peterson|
|Jerome L. Dennae||Scavengers|
|Clarke Coleman||Kid Biker|
|Zac Baldwin||Punk Biker|
- Glenn Kay (2012). Zombie Movies: The Ultimate Guide. Chicago Review Press. p. 148-149. ISBN 1613744226.
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