Lunchtime Movie Review

Saturday the 14th (1981)

Episode #111

New World Pictures released Saturday the 14th on October 30, 1981. Howard R. Cohen directed the film starring Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss, and Jeffrey Tambor.

‘Saturday the 14th’ Movie Summary

John and Mary can’t believe their good fortune when they inherit the vast estate of John’s recently departed uncle. While it’s a fixer-upper, there’s nothing that a fresh coat of paint, a little dusting, and an exorcist can’t take care of. It turns out that they’ve just moved into the most eerie house in Erie, PA — and one that some loathsome looky-loos are simply dying to take off their hands! As monsters, mayhem, and mirth descend upon the house, only a mysterious book can save this everyday normal family from Saturday’s paranormal activity.

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New World Pictures released Saturday the 14th on October 30, 1981. Howard R. Cohen directed the film starring Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss, and Jeffrey Tambor.

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