Saturday the 14th

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Released 1981

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Saturday the 14th

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Director:
Howard R. Cohen
Released:
1981
Rating:
PG
Saturday the 14th is a great, campy horror-comedy film that shows there's more to be afraid of than just that ol' Friday the 13th! John (Richard Benjamin) and Mary (Paula Prentiss) inherit a run down house that hides a book of evil. There are plenty of people who want the book, like Waldemar (Jeffrey Tambor) and his wife Yoland (Nancy Andrews). Waldemar is like a vampire - often compared to Count Dracula - and needs the book of evil for his own. When the family's son Billy (Kevin Brando) finds the book and unknowingly releases its demons and monsters, the house begins to fill with them all. As the demons begin to take over the house, the family is forced into weird and terrifying incidents - from eyes in their drinks to neighbors disappearing. When Waldemar tries to enter the house as a bat, an exterminator is called who actually turns out to be Van Helsing (Severn Darden). But Van Helsing wants the book too! Everything culminates in a house-warming party where guests are trapped in the house by a large storm, and begin to be taken out by the monsters. Good versus evil plays out as a battle erupts between Waldemar and Van Helsing. So can good win and the family survive in this new day of horror?moreless
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