Teenage Exorcist (1991)
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Teenage Exorcist is the story of a "young, college grad student" (Brinke Stevens, who was almost 40 at the time of this film AND who also wrote this film) who moves into her own house, which is apparently haunted by the former owner of the house who is a demon that takes over her body and soul, turning her from prudish innocent girl to sexy, dirty harlot (sans the nudity, unfortunately). With that, her sister (the beautiful Elena Sahagun, whom I wasn't aware of prior to seeing this movie), her husband (Jay Richardson, who hams in up in this), her boyfriend (Tom Shell), a priest (the enjoyable, late Robert Quarry), and nerdy pizza guy Eddie Deezen (most notably known from the Grease movies and a bevy of voice work on cartoons) all come together to try and exercise the demons from the house and Stevens' "apparently-teenaged" body. This film plays for laughs more than chills, but I'd say 98% of the laughs fall flat. Things were really only interesting when Quarry and Deezen were there chewing up the scenes. Other than that, the movie ranged from boring to annoying at times. Stevens' tried to show her talents as a writer in this film, which I'm sure was a fine script, but wasn't help much by Grant Austin Waldman's nonsensical direction. Unfortunately, Steven opts to keep her clothes on (big mistake), BUT Elena Sahagun gets naked for a few seconds, which is nice considering how awesome her body looked at the time. You could watch this film for your own amusement, but for the most part, it wasn't all that great.
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