Little Devils: The Birth (1993)

The Bad Movie Night gang review the 1993 horror creature movie Little Devils: The Birth!

Film: Little Devils: The Birth
Director: George Pavlou
Year: 1993
Plot: Happy-go-lucky writer Ed Reid (Marc Price; Trick or Treat) doesn’t have much going for him: he’s hassled daily by his overly aggressive sex-starved landlady, the girl he’s interested in happens to be an exotic dancer, and to pay the bills he writes erotic stories for a sleazy publication. To make matters worse, a strange young scientist in the suite next door, Lionel (Wayne McNamara) is using a mysterious mud to create an army of gargoyles. Soon, the evil sculptures become out of control, taking on a life of their own while stopping at nothing to defend their creator. Determined to stop the mayhem, Ed and his friends set out to destroy the creatures once and for all, with the assistance of the scientist himself, who ultimately holds the key to the origin and destruction of the murderous monsters.

Co-starring Russ Tamblyn (Twin Peaks), Nancy Valen (Baywatch) and Stella Stevens (Chained Heat), and directed by British filmmaker George Pavlou (Rawhead Rex), LITTLE DEVILS: THE BIRTH is a miniature creature feature with a charming mix of horror and comedy, in the tradition of Gremlins and Ghoulies.

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