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Demonsoul (1995)

| Comedy | 1995 (UK)
Erica is being haunted by nightmares nearly every night. She dreams of ritual sacrifice, black magic and a mysterious red-headed woman. When the dreams start to invade her during the day ... See full summary »


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Complete credited cast:
Erica Steele
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Alexander ...
Suzanne Ballantyne ...
The Psychiatrist
Gavin Barnard ...
Disciple 2
R.J. Bell ...
Erica's Father
Katherine Blick ...
Vampire Woman 2
Nikita Blum ...
Vampire Woman 3
Mark Braby ...
The Brute
Allen Bryce ...
Asylum Doctor
Mayumi Cabrera ...
Daniel Figuero ...
The Teacher
Graham Fletcher-Cook ...
Mr. Newman
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Vampire Woman 4
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Young Girl


Erica is being haunted by nightmares nearly every night. She dreams of ritual sacrifice, black magic and a mysterious red-headed woman. When the dreams start to invade her during the day she is persuaded to visit a hypnotherapist, Dr. Charles Bucher. Bucher's specialty is age regression and he soon discovers that Erica was a vampire in a past life and the red-headed woman is Selena the vampire's servant. Interested in the vampire's power, Bucher offers to help the vampire to take over Erica's body and live again as for the moment the vampire can only exist when Erica is hypnotized. On the brink of madness, Erica must survive the upcoming night when Dana the vampire rises once again. Written by <calbert@nca.bbc.co.uk>

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Did You Know?


For two years immediately after appearing in Demonsoul, Daniel Jordan (who played Dr Bucher)felt possessed by a demon and suffered a near nervous breakdown .Consequently he had to see a therapist and hypnotist on a regular basis, Which is ironic as he had to play a hypnotist in the film to cure Erica of her demons. See more »


Shadow of camera crew during Erica's fantasy of her boyfriend making love with Selena. See more »

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16 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am really having a hard time determining how bad this movie is. Of course it has the stiff acting and low budget effects that I expected, but even with the less than stellar production value - I found myself wanting watch more of the movie and turn it off at the same time. Ms. Steele is cute, a plus for wanting to continue to watch and her acting wasn't all that horrible. But I definitely would have spent more time casting her boss (who must have just graduated from high school a semester early.) and the caveman psychiatrist who uses hypnotism just to get a cheap feel on his female clients. I also would have decided whether this was to be a possession or a vampire movie and stuck with that theme so maybe we could have avoided the male hero being attacked by giant Jawas in the park as squirrels watch sedately gathering nuts. Also a hint to movie personnel - when going into bondage scenes - even light bondage as this movie was - at least tie the rope to the chair, it make the scene that much more effective.

Not the stinker of the movie I expected - but I am also glad I did not pay more than a buck to watch it.

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