Eternal Evil (1987)

Eternal Evil (1987)

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In this supernatural thriller, a television producer's life is enlivened by a girlfriend who teaches him the art of astral-projection. He really enjoys the experience until he finds out that when he's not in his body, it's going around killing people.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
Filmline International

Cast

Winston Rekert
as Paul Sharpe
Karen Black
as Janus
John Novak
as Kaufman
Patty Talbot
as Jennifer
Lois Maxwell
as Monica
Ron Lea
as Mick
Walter Massey
as John Westmore
Arthur Grosser
as Prof. Crombie
Tom Rack
as Dr. Meister
Philip Spensley
as Bill Pearson
Len Watt
as Dr. Morton
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Critic Reviews for Eternal Evil

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August 10, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

Audience Reviews for Eternal Evil

½

What a dumb movie. Karen Black's performance is way over the top. Ridiculous plot, quite silly really. Neither frightening nor eerie.

James Higgins
James Higgins

Eternal Evil (aka "The Blue Man") Starring: Winston Rekert, John Novak, Karen Black, and Patty Talbot Director: George Mihalka After Paul (Rekert) starts feeling frustrated and dead-ended by his career as a director of commercials, he seeks refuge in new-age, out-of-body travel techniques taught to him by a mysterious retired dancer (Black). However, soon people who annoy Paul start dying in mysterious and horrifically brutal ways, and as hardboiled homocide detective Kauffmann (Novak) investigates, he comes to believe there are sinister forces involved with the deaths and that Paul might not be the guilty party. "Eternal Evil" is an intersting thriller with supernatural and horror overtones. Subdued and somewhat slowly paced, it is still quite good for a TV movie with supernatrual themes. The actors are all quite good--even if Novak does tend to ham it up just a little too much--and the progresses logically (well, as logically as might be expected, given the subject matter of spirits going walkabout). It is by no means groundbreaking, and while the twists at the end are nicely played, they are hardly shocking. It's a satisfying movie, but it's not one you'll remember a month after watching.

Steve Miller
Steve Miller

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