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Evilspeak (1981)

  • Horror
  • Bullied by classmates, a pudgy military-school student fights back by computer with the devil.

  • $1,000,000
  • Description

    An outcast military cadet taps into a way to summon demons and cast spells on his tormentors through his computer.




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    _**Maybe using satanism to solve your problems isn’t the best idea?**_ An orphaned boy at a military academy in SoCal (Clint Howard) is harassed, so he uses a computer in the dark basement of the citadel to conjure up evil power for succor. The curious title of "Evilspeak" (1981) was derived from the phrase "computer-speak,” obviously because the kid uses an old computer to work his black magic. The flick attempts to be the male version of “Carrie” (1976) just switching from telekinetic powers to devilish witchcraft. Unfortunately, it lacks the coherence, weightiness and power of that 70’s horror hit. There’s something about the storytelling that holds it back. The basic plot of a youthful outcast getting even with his/her tormentors is a surefire foundation, but the way it’s told is not very compelling, which I suppose isn’t helped by the muddled diabolic gobbledygook and the hint of cheesy bemusement. The stunning Lynn Hancock stands out in the feminine department as a secretary at the school, Miss Friedemeyer. Lynn experimented with acting a handful of times in 1980-1982 before leaving the profession for other pastures. A few other notable lasses appear during a beauty contest for the cadets. The movie officially runs 1 hour, 37 minutes, but there are several cuts of the film available. It was shot at Saint Anthony Seminary in Santa Barbara, California, as well as Chatworth, which is about 55 miles east in northwestern Los Angeles. GRADE: C



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