Vacationing teens are systematically kidnapped and taken to a strange, rural hospital, run by a mysterious group that needs their blood.
User Reviews: My mates and I were hoping this notorious mid-80’s horror junk would at least be amusingly awful, like "The Dark Power" or something, but instead this is really just a very retarded amateur film that isn’t even funny when you’re intoxicated to the nth degree. Tons of gratuitous nudity aside, there are absolutely no redeeming values to find in "Evils of the Night" and the impressive list of starring B-movie legends (Aldo Ray, Neville Brand, John Carradine, Julie Newmar ) are embarrassing themselves. Somewhere in the middle of a forest (?) there’s a party beach where hormone-driven teenagers gather around for stupid pranks, foul play and unconditional sex. Two local dim-witted car mechanics kidnap the love-making kids and sell them to a society of aliens. The aliens, wearing futuristic outfits that appear to be stolen from Gary Glitter’s private wardrobe, need human beings to increase their own lifespan with 200 years. "Evils of the Night" is nearly gore-free and purposelessly boring. The acting performances are terribly uninspired (especially John Carradine is pitiable and miscast as the lead alien) and the wannabe comical interludes are the complete opposite of funny. There’s one fairly worthwhile sequence involving an electric drill but that’s hardly enough to save the film. Skip it, regardless of how cool the DVD-cover looks.