|My Demon Lover|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Charlie Loventhal|
|Produced by||Gerald T. Olson|
|Written by||Leslie Ray|
|Music by||David Newman|
|Edited by||Ronald Roose|
|Distributed by||New Line Cinema|
My Demon Lover is a 1987 American comedy horror film directed by Charlie Loventhal and written by Leslie Ray. The film stars Scott Valentine, Michele Little, Robert Trebor, Gina Gallego, Alan Fudge, Calvert DeForest and Arnold Johnson. The film was released on April 24, 1987, by New Line Cinema.
A homeless street musician becomes a demon when sexually aroused.
- Scott Valentine as Kaz
- Michele Little as Denny
- Robert Trebor as Charles
- Gina Gallego as Sonia
- Alan Fudge as Phil Janus
- Calvert DeForest as Man in Health Food Store
- Arnold Johnson as Fixer
- Donovan Baker as Burly Cop
- Teresa Bowman as Well Dressed Woman in Subway
- Dan Patrick Brady as Chip
- David S. Cass Sr. as Grady's Partner
- Eva Charney as Grady
- Betsy Chasse as Bibi
- Marsha Clark as Reporter #2 in Police Station
- Frank Colangelo as Bum on Danny's Street
- Ellen Gerstein as Policewoman
- James Gleason as Alert Cop
- Steven Hutchins as Young Kaz
- Franis James as Mrs. Szegulesco
- Karl Johnson as Sharpshooter
- Kelly McCullough as Blonde on Street
- Luce Morgan as Woman from Jersey
- James Morrissey as Monsters
- Raymond Patterson as Reporter #3 in Police Station
- Virginia Peters as Frumpy Woman
- Peewee Piemonte as Charles Monster aka The Mangler
- Leslie Ray as Leggy Redhead
- Hank Rolike as Doctor
- Lin Shaye as Anemic Counter Girl
- Tasia Valenza as Miguela
- Kym Valentine as Reporter #1 in Police Station
- Daniel Zippi as Nerd
The film grossed $1,815,583 in its opening weekend.
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- "Weekend Box Office Results for April 24-26, 1987 - Box Office Mojo". boxofficemojo.com. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
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