Love presents many challenges to couples...but none so daunting as the one Justin faces with his girlfriend April. Kidnapped by demons, April's mystery begins to unfold when he finds an ... See full summary »

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Lo
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Love presents many challenges to couples...but none so daunting as the one Justin faces with his girlfriend April. Kidnapped by demons, April's mystery begins to unfold when he finds an ancient book that she has left behind. Using the book, he contacts the demon Lo, ordering it to help him rescue his girl from the fiery pits. But Lo has other plans for his new master...dinner being one of them. Written by Anonymous

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Justin: [screaming] DAEMON! Foul, horrible, disgusting, daemon! I am your master! You are my doll! When I summoned you, I summoned the power to command you. When I say roll over, that is exactly what you will do! I have seen you toss yourself around this room in a dozen different forms. Planting seeds in my head and laughing as you watched them grow. But I say no more! I am done with the games and the trickery! I will not go away, no matter how many times you poison me! I summoned you, now I command you...
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A profane comedy
3 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This one surprised me. . .I call this a 'Profane Comedy' as a counterpoint to what we know as 'Divine Comedy'. I was expecting a low budget slapstick horror romp: Boyfriend loses Girl to a Demon and then summons a demon to get her back-- but the tagline is that "the Demon has Other Ideas" Then the movie started.

Then I saw that it was actually a PLAY. And I normally don't like Plays. But I didn't hit the BACK button and remove it from my Netflix Queue. Why? The acting wasn't stilted or boring, and the dialogue was pretty 'with it'.

Now the humor is there, but it's light humor. And the Humor is light because it covers a deeper dramatic question. Some of it was strained and reaching. Other parts were nicely comedic. And the reason the structure of the sets seems so. . .staged. . .is because the focus is NOT about the HORROR about dealings with Demons. It's a play about Dealing with Demons.

And the ending was, from a Guyz perspective. . .disturbingly touching.

Girlfriend Friendly movie-- and a Girlfriend Test. If she fails: Dump her.


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