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Vampire's Kiss (Theme to 'The Dead Matter')
Written by Edward Douglas
Performed by Midnight Syndicate
From the album 'Born of the Night'
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After watching this film I'm kind of going to throw this bit of advice out to horror film makers: Death by carbon monoxide poisoning isn't really that great a way to dispatch one of your characters, especially if your films contains only two or three deaths.
That aside, Demon Fire isn't too bad of a film. It involves three woman who are researching Witchcraft, unwittingly conjuring up some demon called Lilith. That's basically the plot, but instead of it turning into your generic demon on the loose type film, Demon Fire keeps it kind of interesting by throwing in a few twists near the end, and it's not your usual film of this type.
Still, I could have done with a bit more bite to this one. After the carbon monoxide killing, you only got an off-screen kill. That's a bit light for a horror film, eh? Of course, you've got a shower scene and plenty of skimpy outfits to keep you awake, so there you go.
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