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Teenage Exorcist (1993)

Teenage Exorcist





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In this supernatural horror/comedy, a young woman buys an old house and moves in. Unfortunately for her, the house is infested with evil spirits, and she becomes possessed. Among the characters she comes across while being possessed are a goofball pizza delivery boy (Eddie Deezen), a transvestite, a priest, zombies, and a horned demon.more
Rating: R
Genre: Horror
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On DVD: Feb 23, 1994
Action International


Eddie Deezen
as Pizza Boy
Robert Quarry
as Father McFerrin
as Dead Woman
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Teenage Exorcist
Starring: Brinke Stevens
Director: Grant Austin Waldman

Brinke Stevens stars a Good Girl who rents a house that a demonologist has transformed into an eternal vessel for his evil soul and miscellanious other demonic and undead riff-raff. She is soon possessed by an evil, over-sexed demon, and she is tranformed into the ultimate Bad Girl. Can her sister, her ultra-straightlaced brother-in-law, and a dim-witted pizza boy save Brinke' soul (and the nieghborhood's property values)?

This is intended as a horror comedy, but it is mostly unfunny due to a lack of comedic timing on the part of most of the actors, and the simple fact that many of the jokes just aren't that funny. The horror side is also markedly un-scary. The only reason to watch this film is the opportunity to see Brinke Stevens wander around in skimpy outfits--but you can get to see her do that in better films than this one.

Steve Miller

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