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Necromancer (1988)

A schoolgirl is raped by three low-lifes, and is then blackmailed by her attackers to keep her quiet. Desperate for revenge, she makes contact with a necromancer, who promptly "takes care" ... See full summary »

Director:

Dusty Nelson

Writer:

William T. Naud
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Elizabeth Kaitan Elizabeth Kaitan ... Julie Johnson (as Elizabeth Cayton)
John Tyler John Tyler ... Eric Freiden
Rhonda Dorton Rhonda Dorton ... Freda Lurch
Stan Hurwitz Stan Hurwitz ... Paul DuShane
Edward A. Wright Edward A. Wright ... Carl Caulder
Shawn Eisner Shawn Eisner ... Allan
Russ Tamblyn ... Charles DeLonge
Lois Masten Ewing Lois Masten Ewing ... Necromancer (as Lois Masten)
David Flynn David Flynn ... David
Lisa Randolph Lisa Randolph ... Mary
Lisa Beth Wilson Lisa Beth Wilson ... Linda
Scott Harrison Scott Harrison ... Romeo
Keith Burns Keith Burns ... Gus
Carla Baron Carla Baron ... Gail
Jimmy Williams ... Lecherous Guard
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A schoolgirl is raped by three low-lifes, and is then blackmailed by her attackers to keep her quiet. Desperate for revenge, she makes contact with a necromancer, who promptly "takes care" of the boys using her magic powers. Written by Alexander Lum <aj_lum@postoffice.utas.edu.au>

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When Simple Revenge Is Not Enough!

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Horror

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 November 1988 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Czarnoksieznik See more »

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[last title card]
Title Card: "I am safe - I am safe - yes - if I be not fool enough to make open confession!" Edgar Allen Poe
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Alternate Versions

The 1989 UK CBS/Fox video was cut by 35 secs by the BBFC to edit a rape scene and remove footage of a butterfly knife. See more »

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Soundtracks

Call of the Wild
Written by Andy Landis, Howard Benson, and Steve Elliot
Performed by Andy Landis
1988 Jacaranda Music Inc.
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Pretty bad
25 October 2004 | by TdSmth5See all my reviews

While I am all for cheesy 80s horror movies and taking movies for what they aim to do and not comparing them with classic films, this one just doesn't cut it. I guess some find the main actress to be attractive, I don't. Unfortunately she is the only one who several nude scenes. The problem of course is that when all the victims are male there is not possibility of of having more female characters to put in the nude. The special effects are not very good even for the standards of the time, nor is there any suspense or excitement. The idea is not bad overall, a supernatural revenge thriller. However, the resolution of it all is just too forced and unsatisfying. The performances are atrocious except for Charles DeLonge.


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