Teenage Exorcist


Comedy / Horror

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Eddie Deezen as Eddie
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1 hr 26 min
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English 2.0
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1 hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lee_eisenberg 10 / 10

Fred Olen Ray had "Evil Toons" just around the corner

Earlier this year, I saw Fred Olen Ray's horror-comedy "Evil Toons", in which some young women spend the night in a house and accidentally release an evil cartoon character. I never would have guessed - though I should have figured - that Ray had just a year earlier co-written the completely ridiculous but absolutely lovable "Teenage Exorcist". This one has a similar plot: young Diane (Brinke Stevens) moves into a mansion previously inhabited by a certain Baron de Sade. Sure, Diane starts hearing strange noises, and the evil spirits possess her before too long. But right before the possession, she calls her sister Sally (Elena Sahagun) and tells her to come over. So, Sally and her business-obsessed husband Mike (Jay Richardson) arrive and find Diane acting quite unusual.

From there...well, let me just put it this way. There's a shower scene, and I can't begin to tell you how hot Elena Sahagun is! When Diane's hubby Jeff (Tom Snell) arrives, there's a major confusion about the circumstances! A priest (Robert Quarry) comes to the mansion, only to have to deal with zombies! But it's only when a pizza delivery guy (Eddie Deezen, of "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" and "1941" fame) enters the movie that the really great scenes come about. Of course, Eddie Deezen can make pretty much anything cool, and he sure does here. Also starring Michael Berryman (of "The Hills are Alive" fame).

All in all, this movie has pretty much everything that one would expect in such a flick. Nice, silly brain candy it is, especially due to the comments from the guy at the pizza parlor. I'd like to be able to get recordings of all Eddie Deezen's lines, and perpetually watch the shots of Elena Sahagun naked and...well, I won't spoil that scene. But this is certainly a very entertaining movie. A true forerunner to "Evil Toons" (especially with what the "Evil Toons" DVD shows right before the movie starts!).

Reviewed by Scarecrow-88 5 / 10

Teenage Exorcist

College student, Diane(Brinke Stevens who also wrote the screenplay based on a story by Fred Olen Ray)gets a house ridiculously cheap for a reason..a demon resides in the basement of her home. Plagued by weird goings-on(..milk box "breathing", lettuce bleeding, Ouija board demanding her to join the evil living between her walls, etc), Diane calls up sister, Sally(Elena Sahagun)and her husband Mike(Jay Richardson)to see the place. Making the mistake of going down into her basement, Diane is possessed and it'll be up to Sally and Mike to somehow save her soul. Soon insufferable, jaded "boyfriend", Jeff(Tom Shell), who can not leave Diane alone despite her demands for privacy, will force his way into the situation. Together the three will see no other alternative but to call up a priest to exorcise Diane, Father McFerrin(Robert Quarry). Due to outrageous circumstances, a pizza delivery boy, Eddie(Eddie Deezen)will even enter the picture and all hell breaks loose, with Mike chosen as a "virgin" sacrifice so that the demon in the basement can be set free to roam the earth.

Full on spoof of The Exorcist with a spirited cast enjoying themselves. Stevens isn't a teenager, but she does spend a lengthy amount of time in seductress mode, transforming into a sultry sex kitten from a rather mousy, geeky type of virginal innocent when possessed. Deezen gets top billing despite not entering the film until it was half way over, doing his usual nerdy shtick..he will become a chess piece the trio uses in an attempt to gain an upper hand against the forces of evil. Richardson, inspired casting as a stock broker, smoking a pipe, hams it up(..and obviously enjoying himself), as the cowardly hero who is at times almost putty in Stevens hands, resisting her feminine wiles unlike many others..it's the kind of tongue-in-cheek performance he's accustomed to and a wink to the viewer that this movie is all fun and games. Sahagun is the worried sister who spends a great period of time talking her husband out of fleeing the house..and has a very lurid shower sequence where demonic hands caress her naked body.Robert Quarry steals his scenes as an unprepared priest, in over his head and helpless when his bible is burnt to a crisp. Shell is the second unlikely hero trying to uncover a strategy that would enable them to save his beloved. Stevens, spending time in a very alluring gown and dominatrix outfit, seems to be reveling in the role of an innocent intruded upon internally by a demonic force using her buried sex appeal as a method for securing potential freedom. Michael Berryman has an amusing cameo, cast certainly against type, as a real estate agent! You get the usual Exorcist parody gags such as Diane's face grotesquely warped, spitting pea soup, sounding out bizarre voices. The film is really more of a sex comedy, though, as non-stop zingers and sight-gags are on display, with horror elements also given goofy treatment such as the zombies released as a dangerous tool of the demon(..they are convinced by Father McFerrin to play cards instead!)to prevent the trio from exiting the premises for outside assistance. The horned demon is even lampooned for our viewing pleasure, lamenting aloud at how hard it is to complete his sacrifical ceremony because of Diane's "freshman" blunders. Mike, Sally, and Jeff often favor the scooby doo gang peeping cautiously throughout the house just in case evil is lurking around the corner or in the next room. This is essential viewing for fans of Brinke Stevens, even though she doesn't get naked. If you are in the right mood, Teenage Exorcist will entertain you, although the comedy is hit and miss.

Reviewed by Platypuschow 3 / 10

Teenage Exorcist: Quirky yet terrible

This comedy horror sadly fails on both fronts. What I mean by that is it has very little horror and even fewer laughs.

Telling a very peculiar possession story the film is desperate to be funny but falls flat with each and every attempt.

Starring horror legend Brinke Stevens, briefly Michael Berryman and the poor mans Pee Wee Herman Eddie Deezen (Who I still think looks like a goofy Liev Schreiber the movie bounces from unfunny scene to unfunny scene and struggles to entertain.

The Good:


The Bad:

Terrible creature sfx

Brinke Stevens really is a terrible actress

Michael Berryman is nothing but a cameo role

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