Rasmus Bentley and his lover, Maria, are quickly climbing the ladder of success. One afternoon, after the closure of a deal which will secure their lives together forever, a terrible turn of events occurs. One year earlier, an eccentric scientist is brutally murdered in his sprawling ancient castle. His notary, Rasmus, calls together the man's heirs listed in his will, but as they all gather at the castle, they fail to realize that the murderer is still haunting the ancient halls. One by one, the group is methodically hunted down by the lunatic, whose vicious bloodbath is far from complete... The fates of Rasmus and Maria have been foretold, but how did this madness begin? Written by
I have been checking e-Bay for unseen films and then checking the IMDb for the reviews which are very helpful. Demonium was cheap but the review I read was damning. But one small detail made me go ahead and buy the film. From the start I began fast forwarding through long-winded scenes of strange and awkwardly accented English. But then I started to hit scenes which struck a response. Was this a parody of Monty Python? Is that the most annoying character ever in a film? Is that the wickedest person in films? Eventually I decided it was a gem. I guess they made this film for me, without bothering to satisfy the next ninety-nine people in line. You are right to say it is extreme rubbish. But I'm right to say it's sheer brilliance. Anyone remember Mrs Fothergill or Kala? Well, you might be interested in this.
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