Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Oliver Stone|
|Produced by||Garrard Glenn|
|Music by||Lee Gagnon|
|Country||Canada / U.S.A.|
Horror writer Edmund Blackstone (Jonathan Frid) sees his recurring nightmare come to chilling life one weekend as one by one, his friends and family are killed by three villains: the Queen of Evil (Martine Beswick), a dwarf named Spider (Hervé Villechaize), and a giant scar-faced strongman called Jackal (Henry Judd Baker).
- Jonathan Frid as Edmund Blackstone
- Martine Beswick as Queen of Evil
- Joseph Sirola as Charlie
- Hervé Villechaize as Spider
- Christina Pickles as Nicole Blackstone
- Troy Donahue as Mark Frost
- Mary Woronov as Mikki Hughes
- Richard Cox as Gerald
- Henry Judd Baker as Jackal
- Alexis Kirk as Arris
Star Mary Woronov would later claim that one of the film's producers was gangster Michael Thevis, who partially bankrolled the film in an attempt to launder money, as he was under investigation by the FBI.
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