The 1989 VHS release of "976-EVIL" ran roughly 13 minutes longer than the American theatrical/DVD/digital version. There's no additional gore, but rather extra character development and establishing shots. Apparently the version that aired on television included even more footage and alternate scenes which never found their way to home video. This collection of clips is sourced from the 2-disc German DVD, which includes the extended video version (though weirdly, one brief scene features German dialogue).
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0:00 Extended Opening 1:13 Collecting a Miracle 2:16 Calling the Reporter 2:36 Hoax visits Miss Martinez 3:30 Marty Interview Aunt Lucy 6:32 Spike & Suzie Make a Date 8:01 Marty Waits for His Clothes to Dry 9:18 Marty Interviews Hoax 10:58 Marty Arrives at the Diner 11:19 Spike's House 11:43 Spike & Suzie Catch Hoax (German Audio) 12:47 Marty Makes a Date 13:41 Marty Meets Mark Darke 14:28 Mark Darke Gets a Call 15:01 Raining Fish?
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976-Evil is a 1988 horror movie starring Stephen Geoffreys. Although the character he portrays...