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Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995) Poster

Trivia

Purposely released on Friday, January 13 because the Tales From The Crypt movies were originally to be tied with traditional "horror weekends" such as Friday the 13th or Halloween.
Originally intended to be the first installment in a trilogy of Tales From The Crypt movies.
Several concepts, such as the idea of shooting demons in the eyes to send them back to Hell, was later used by writers Ethan Reiff and Cyrus Voris, for their television series Brimstone (1998).
Brayker says he received the key from a soldier named Dickerson, a reference to director Ernest R. Dickerson.
One of the protagonists, Wally Enfield, is a recently fired postal worker. The remaining protagonists find a large collection of guns in his home, realizing that Enfield intended to attack the post office. This is likely a reference to several real-life spree killings perpetrated by maniac postal workers.

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