Out of the Dark (1989 film)

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Out of the Dark
Directed by Michael Schroeder
Produced by Zane W. Levitt
David C. Thomas
Paul Bartel
Written by J. Greg De Felice
Zane W. Levitt
Starring Karen Witter
Karen Black
Bud Cort
Geoffrey Lewis
Tracey Walter
Cameron Dye
Music by Paul Antonelli
David Wheatley
Cinematography Julio Macat
Edited by Mark S. Manos
Distributed by Cinetel Films
Release date
  • May 5, 1989 (1989-05-05)
Running time
89 min
Country United States
Language English
Budget $1,600,000 (estimated)
Box office $419,428 (USA)

Out of the Dark is a 1989 erotic comedy horror film starring Karen Witter. The film is notable for being Divine's last movie.


"Suite Nothings" is a sleazy L.A. phone-sex hot-line voiced by failed models. Preying on them is Bobo, a psychotic killer who dresses in a clown costume. While the police try to uncover the clown's identity, the agency's models fall to Bobo's murderous rage.


Home video release[edit]

Out of the Dark was released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1989 by RCA/Columbia Pictures home video. Sony Pictures released the film on a manufactured-on-demand DVD-R of the film on March 1, 2011. The film ran on FearNet in 2009.

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