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Brian Austin Green,
A group of young horror fans go searching for a film that mysteriously vanished years ago but instead find that the demented killer from the movie is real, and he's thrilled to meet fans who will die gruesomely for his art.
Linnea Quigley, who played Suzanne in the Night of the Demons (1988), makes a short appearance in an early scene, wearing the same ballerina costume and shot from the same angle as she was in her first scene in the original film. See more »
Suzanne is wearing heels the whole time until she turns into a demon and attacks Maddie, then we see her wear different kind of shoes. See more »
She stuck a lipstick in her boob and it fell out of her pussy!... Okay?
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Film 4 frightfest premiere 'Night of the demons' is all over the place as a film. Unfortunately it tries to be a teen comedy and a scary horror. It fails spectacularly at both. The gore despite being brutal is quick and can barely be seen and the scares unoriginal. Everything that happened in the film felt like the director was constantly winking at the audience. If this film was so self-knowing then why did the characters descend into parody. This film was all over the place. It wanted to be Scream and Friday the 13th. There is the worst exposition you'll ever see when the demons are explained. But I think the director thought he was being funny. I just thought it was stupid. The bad taste was totally misjudged, there were some scenes which were so over-the-top, yet everything else seemed restrained.
'Night of the demons' is a very odd film. See it only as a curio of why modern horror has gone badly wrong.
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