Saturday the 14th


Comedy / Fantasy / Horror / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 10%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 31%
IMDb Rating 4.6 10 3015


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Jeffrey Tambor as Waldemar
Rosemary DeCamp as Aunt Lucille
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by waltjrimmer 10 / 10

You have to understand

This movie was made as a spoof at a time when it was at about the same quality as what it was spoofing. On other review on this page says that the jokes and costumes are outdated and cheap. Well, maybe if you watch the current horror films. Personally, I prefer the old horror movies, from the black and white to the corny 70's gorror films. This film really does work, but you have to have a certain taste in film and comedy, so it isn't for everyone.

If you like Evil Dead, the original Friday the 13th, The Birds or those old, grainy horror films, I suggest that you at least watch it and see if you like it. You won't lose anything and you'll probably get a few laughs out of it. The worst thing about this movie, the one thing that drives me up the wall about it, is that it's usually very hard to find. It's not incredibly popular and it's rather old. Sometimes you can find it from a video retailer or one of those subscription/mail-in DVD dealers, but you're really basing it a bit on luck. As an overall, something to seriously check out, if you can find it. I hope you enjoy it.

Reviewed by Corpsegoddess 10 / 10

Soon all ded...just like your sense of humour

Wow, did we lose our sense of irony? This movie is SUPPOSED to be bad! And it knows it! It winks at itself through the entire film.

It's a ludicrous, silly, absurd and wonderful movie. It pokes fun at the often-ridiculous hallmarks of "traditional" horror films with a great sense of hyperbole.

The acting is brilliant in its awfulness ("Look at all these OWLS!"), the special effects are laughable (except for that severed head...there's something about it that's always creeped me out), and it's also a nice little commentary on "normal" families and how well they often DON'T know each other at all.

This is a really, REALLY bad movie---but in the really, REALLY best way.

Reviewed by Hey_Sweden 6 / 10

"If you weren't immortal, you'd kill yourself!"

Real life couple Richard Benjamin and Paula Prentiss star in this crude and goofy horror parody from New World and producer Julie Corman (Roger C.s' wife). They play John and Mary, who inherit some property that turns out to be cursed. When their inquisitive son Billy (Kevin Brando) happens to open an all important book, he unleashes unspeakable evil on the house - and potentially the world. A non stop assortment of truly ridiculous monsters show up to terrorize John, Mary, Billy, and teen aged daughter Debbie (Kari Michaelsen).

Also along for the ride is top character actor Severn Darden, as an exterminator with the appropriate name of Van Helsing. Jeffrey Tambor, in his second feature film appearance, co- stars as a vampire named Waldemar. As always, these two guys prove to be very valuable. The movie really does hit its stride once Darden shows up. He has most of the best lines.

This is going to come off as much too tame and lame for some tastes, but clearly screenwriter / director Howard R. Cohen was going for a family audience. Some characters do die, but mostly off screen, and there isn't much gore to speak of - aside from a fairly nasty severed head. The creature costumes are hysterically dumb looking, and among those horror classics spoofed are "Creature from the Black Lagoon", "Jaws", and "The Birds". The finale is absolutely cartoonish, with sound effects accompanying all the face making that our adversaries are doing.

Benjamin and the oh so sexy Prentiss are a hoot as the parents, and are ably supported by Tambor, Darden, and others like Rosemary DeCamp, Stacy Keach Sr., and 70s exploitation starlet Roberta Collins.

It might be silly and infantile, but that's not always necessarily a bad thing, and this could appeal to any horror fan who saw it as a kid, or the young at heart.

Six out of 10.

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