According to three silver-suited space aliens - played by horror legend John Carradine, Julie Newmar (TV's Catwoman) and Tina Louise (Ginger from "Gilligan's Island") - the fountain of youth flows from the veins of teenagers. And they've come to Earth to stock up. Lucky for them, this is 1984, so partying, promiscuous teens are as commonplace as Izods and A-Team reruns. The aliens enlist two drunken mechanics (Neville Brand and Aldo Ray) to help them abduct a slew of idiot teens (including porn stars Amber Lynn and Jerry Butler) for their youth serum. What follows is a b-movie sight to behold.
An outrageous combination of 80s teens-in-peril horror and sci-fi, Evils Of The Night boasts an all-star cast, gratuitous T&A and a charming willingness to cram all things entertaining into its 85-minute running time. You've never seen anything quite like this!
Aliens who crave the meat of teenagers abduct a group of unhappy campers.