Welcome back you fans of fiendishly frightful and macabre TV and Film! Tonight we have added a second feature to our Saturday Frights to celebrate the fact that tonight is indeed Saturday the 14th! What better way to celebrate the fact that ALMOST all of us made it through yesterday without getting a machete in the face by Jason Voorhees than to have a little good-natured fun by mocking the horror movies and slasher films we know and love with this cult comedy?
Saturday the 14th stars Richard Benjamin (Westworld, Catch-22) and his real life wife Paul Prentiss (The Stepford Wives) as parents who inherit their deceased Uncle’s home. Moving in with them are their son Billy (Kevin Brando) and daughter Debbie (Kari Michaelsen) but their are two more…people…interested in purchasing the home, Waldemar (Jeffrey Tambor) and his wife Yolanda (Nancy Lee Andrews). It would seem there is a book of great evil hidden somewhere within the house, one that contains images and text for a plethora of monsters, all one has to do is open the book and turn the pages to release the evil on each page into the real world. Surely no one would do that…
[Via] Santa Fe 37s
Here is an interesting bit of trivia. The house used in Saturday the 14th is the house used in the first Nightmare on Elm Street, three years before the Wes Craven film was released.
A big thanks to IMP Awards for the poster you see above!
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