The Abomination (1986)

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Bret McCormick directed this gory horror film using the name "Max Raven". The plot concerns a young man possessed by an ancient demon which lives in his kitchen and causes him to murder people. The only amusing scenes concern the protagonist's mother, who hacks up tumors after watching a televised religious program. With its weak story and low-rent effects, one can see why it never got a theatrical release, and even genre fans are likely to be disappointed.
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Horror
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½

A heavy gore-fest that doesn't deliver on much else. The editing is really confusing, and many scenes are used over. It doesn't help that the film appears to be a dream with narration, only to lead to more confusion during the credits. But it is a fun late-night gross-out zany b-movie, with interesting creature effects and humorous characters.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

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