100 Years of Horror (1996– )
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Demons 

Unrated | | Documentary, Horror | Episode aired 1996
100 Years of Horror looks at films focusing on the devil and demons.
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Himself - Star - 'Curse of the Demon'
Peter Atkins ...
Himself - Screenwriter - 'Hellraiser' Series
James Bernard ...
Himself - Composer - 'The Devil's Bride'
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Himself - Director
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Himself - Director - 'The Haunted Palace'
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Himself - Host
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Herself - Actress - 'Night of the Demons'
Jessica Rains ...
Herself - Daughter of Claude Rains
Harlene Stein ...
Herself = Widow of Composer Ronald Stein
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100 Years of Horror looks at films focusing on the devil and demons.

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Demons
3 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

100 Years of Horror: Demons (1996)

*** (out of 4)

Demons are the subject of this episode in Ted Newsome's documentary series. Christopher Lee once again narrates as we see clips from such movies as THE OMEN, HOUSE OF EXORCISM, THE EXORCIST, HAXAN as well as THE HAUNTED PALACE, ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER, SUSPIRIA and CURSE OF THE DEMON.

This episode has more clips than anything else but the interviews here are extremely special as we get a quick bit with Dana Andrews talking about how happy he and the director were of CURSE OF THE DEMON only to discover that the producer shot new scenes and "dumbed" it down. John Carpenter is on hand to share his love of Lovecraft as well as SUSPIRIA. Linnea Quigley shares her memories of shooting NIGHT OF THE DEMON and we get Corman discussing THE HAUNTED PALACE and how it came to be. These interviews will certainly make fans very happy and those unfamiliar with the movies will get plenty of good ideas on what they should try out.


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