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Demon Slayer (2004)

R  |  Video  |   |  Horror, Comedy  |  19 May 2004 (Germany)
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Michelle Acuna ...
Alicia / Elodia
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Tyson
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Phillip
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Claudia
Monique Deville ...
Tamara
Robert Eaton ...
Father Patricio
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Father Enrique
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Mr. Cobb (as Layon)
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Some places are born evil. Five troubled teens are destined to find it.

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Rated R for violence/gore, language, sexuality and nudity | See all certifications »
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Phillip: What the hell is that?
Father Enrique: It's a baby carriage from Hell.
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Watch if for the sake of B-movies!
8 August 2005 | by (Noctropolis) – See all my reviews

Direct to video Horror B-movie that works for what it is. Let's see, "Demon Slayer" has great nudity, sex, gore, and an interesting story. The movie has no big budget but it's good to see that it's producers spent a lot of effort in creating a "solid" b-movie.

Hannah Lee is one foxy lady and one of the reasons for you , b-consumer, to get this movie.

There's some voluntary (and involuntary) humor mostly provided by the two male leads. The white "punk" guy is funny when it's needed and the though "brotha" delivers some funny lines. The references to Morpheus and Shaft are somewhat funny. The rest of the cast is very good. The priest with the patch in the eye delivers some weirdness with the plot with lines as "in the name of God, Frida Kahlo, etc.". And stating he's the "demon slayer!". The non sense in the movie makes it enjoyable and entertaining. There's some good gore and a crepy atmosphere in the movie.

Please, watch it if you're a die hard lover of B-Horror flicks. It's an okay way to kill 90 minutes.


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