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High school student turns out to be personification of Lucifer. Two arch angels in human form (as women) take him on.
Meet Andrew. The Road to Hell is paved with his victims
Title: Fear No Evil
Release Date: January , 1981
Runtime: 99 mins
All Genres: Horror
IMDB Rating: 3.0
Buried.com Rating: 4.2 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With F
MPAA Rating: R
Stefan Arngrim ...Andrew Williams
Elizabeth Hoffman ...Mikhail / Margaret Buchanan
Kathleen Rowe McAllen ...Gabrielle / Hulie
Frank Birney ...Father Daly
Daniel Eden ...Tony
John Holland ...Rafael / Father Damon (as Jack Holland)
Barry Cooper ...Mr. Williams
Alice Sachs ...Mrs. Williams
Paul Haber ...Mark
Roslyn Gugino ...Marie
Richard Jay Silverthorn ...Lucifer
Marianne Simpson ...Brenda (as Mari Anne Simpson)
Joyce Bumpus ...Susan
Patricia Decillis ...Betty
Chris DeVincentis ...Richard
Malcolm Hegge ...Tommy
Robert Kuhn ...Steve
Don O'Neil ...Mr. Altman
Deanie Gordon ...Guidance Counsellor
Phillip E. Roy ...Gym Teacher
Alexandra Cleveland ...Student Teacher
Jeff Richter ...The Christ
Pam Morris ...Virgin Mary
Toby Gold ...Reporter
Dick Burt ...Mayor
Frank Montesanto ...The Hermit
Melissa Rodgers ...Nora
Baby Fisher ...Baby Andrew
Joe Lalogga ...Drunk
Brian Coughlin ...Apostle
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More Movie Taglines:
- Meet Andrew. The Road to Hell is paved with his victims
- Alexandria High... class of '81
- All the students are going to hell, except Andrew... he sent them there!
- Painted cornflakes were used for zombie makeup.
The voice of Jeff Richter, who plays the Christ in the passion play, was dubbed by director LaLoggia in post production.
An executive at Avco Embassy wanted the seduction scene between Andrew and Gabrielle to be cut from the film, but director Frank LaLoggia wanted the scene left in. A deal was struck where the scene would be left in the film if the executive would be given associate producer credit. The scene remains in the film.
Avco Embassy Pictures picked up the film for release solely based on the fact that zombies were featured in the film. This was the element upon which they marketed Fear No Evil, note the zombie image used on the early video releases.
Fred Goodich's cinematography in the film was stylized after many medieval paintings, particular those of Rembrandt.
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