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Night of the Demons -- On Halloween night, Maddie attends a decadent party at the notorious Broussard mansion – a place where 80 years ago the owner hung herself and six people disappeared without a trace.
Night of the Demons -- A group of kids go to a Halloween party, only to have to face down a group of demons.
Night of the Demons -- On Halloween night, Maddie attends a decadent party at the notorious Broussard mansion – a place where 80 years ago the owner hung herself and six people disappeared without a trace.
Night of the Demons -- On Halloween night, a group of friends discover a horrifying secret and unleash the wrath of blood-thirsty demons.


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Writers (WGA):
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Tatyana Kanavka ... Evangeline Broussard

Michael Arata ... Louis Devereaux

Shannon Elizabeth ... Angela

Linnea Quigley ... Ballerina Lady
Bryce Arata ... Trick or Treater
Addy Rome ... Trick or Treater

John F. Beach ... Jason

Michael Copon ... Dex
Zachary James Bernard ... Bully (as Zachary Bernard)

Diora Baird ... Lily

Monica Keena ... Maddie

Bobbi Sue Luther ... Suzanne

Edward Furlong ... Colin
Irina Beskaravaynaya ... Irina

Jamie Harris ... Nigel
Delilah Donovan ... Kneeling Woman

Tiffany Shepis ... Diana

Hans Longo ... Hans (as Hans Titze)

Tiffany Jackson ... Maid (as Tiffany Billiot)

Erica Grant ... Woman Seance Guest

Lance E. Nichols ... Seargent Dawson (as Lance Nichols)

Eric F. Adams ... Equipment Truck Driver (as Eric Adams)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Garrett Allain ... Flashdancer party guest (uncredited)
Cameron Boudreaux-Hose ... Fireman trick-or-treater (uncredited)
Deejay Buras ... Police officer (uncredited)
Janine Habeck ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Levi Holiman ... Roadie (uncredited)
Jade Michael LaFont ... Red Haired Raver (uncredited)
Natalie Nicole ... Nurse (uncredited)

Holly Rochelle ... Vegas Elvis (uncredited)
Valerie Rodriguez ... Seance Girl 1 (uncredited)
Antoine Spillers ... Goth Raver (uncredited)
Oakley Stevenson ... Party Girl (uncredited)
Elizabeth Tranchant ... Party Attendant (uncredited)
Ben Dennis Webster ... Devil (uncredited)

Directed by
Adam Gierasch 
Writing credits
Jace Anderson (screenplay) &
Adam Gierasch (screenplay)

Joe Augustyn (earlier screenplay)

Produced by
Michael Arata .... producer
Jerry Daigle .... executive producer
Jeff Geoffray .... executive producer
Arcadiy Golubovich .... associate producer
Walter Josten .... executive producer
Jason Loughridge .... producer: additional photography
Harvey Lowry .... co-producer
Raymond J. Markovich .... producer
Damon Martin .... executive producer
Greg McKay .... producer
Olga Mirimskaya .... executive producer
Oak Porcelli .... line producer
Michael Roban .... executive producer
Oley Sassone .... co-producer
Robert Taleghany .... producer: additional photography
Kevin Tenney .... producer
Todd Tucker .... co-producer
Original Music by
Joseph Bishara 
Cinematography by
Yaron Levy 
Film Editing by
Andrew Cohen 
Casting by
Elisha Gruer 
Michelle Levy 
Production Design by
Raymond Pumilia 
Set Decoration by
Michelle Marchand II 
Costume Design by
Oakley Stevenson 
Makeup Department
Martin Astles .... lead sculptor
David A. Brooke .... fabricator (as David Brooke)
Samantha M. Capps .... assistant makeup artist (as Samantha Capps)
Joe Colwell .... puppeteer
Jerry Constantine .... special makeup effects artist
Christopher R. Cooke .... dental technician
Sharon Eaton .... personal makeup artist: Diora Bard
Margeaux Fox .... key hair stylist
Chris Gallaher .... special makeup effects department head: Drac Studios
Aaron Globerman .... silicone technician
Marcos Gonzales .... assistant hair stylist
Sherri Hamilton .... additional hair stylist
Krystal Kershaw .... makeup department head
Courtney Lether .... additional makeup
Harvey Lowry .... special makeup effects creator
Mark Nieman .... lead silicone technician
Todd Tucker .... special makeup effects creator
Steve Winsett .... special makeup effects artist
Emily Burka .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Oak Porcelli .... unit production manager
Melissa Roberts .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Clay Achee .... second second assistant director
Andrew Cohen .... second unit director
Margaret Koschik .... second assistant director (as Meg Koschik)
Dawn Leuchter .... first assistant director
Kevin Lorio .... additional second second assistant director
Thomas E. Nicholson .... first assistant director: additional photography (as Tom Nicholson)
Art Department
Marina Abramyan .... set decorator: additional photography
Irwin Ainsworth .... utility
Brad Benischek .... set painter
John Blanchard .... foreman
Michael Broom .... storyboard artist
Jeff Cobb .... set dresser: additional photography
Mike Fitzgerald .... art director: additional photography (as Michael Fitzgerald)
Mark Hannibal .... additional props assistant
Claire Hassig .... scenic artist (as Claire Hassig-Pesta)
Jeff Hinds .... additional props assistant
Jaymes Hinkle .... visual consultant
Sara L. Holman .... art department coordinator
Sara L. Holman .... set decoration buyer
Edward Joyner .... art department assistant
Samson Kellman .... construction coordinator: additional photography
Sam Lothridge .... on-set dresser
Carl Mastio .... greensman
Myron Meek .... gangboss
Pavel Pesta .... paint foreman
Joseph Pipes .... gang boss (as Joey Pipes)
Louie F. Rabion .... set painter
Virle S. Reid .... property master
Noel Rideout .... set dresser
George Sanchez .... painter (as Jay Sanchez)
Brent Stewart .... location foreman
Chuck Stringer .... construction coordinator
Charles Tatum .... utility
Stephen Turner .... set dressing leadman
Stephen G. Walters .... lead scenic
Jay White .... set dresser
Sam Widaman .... set dresser: additional photography
Sam Widaman .... swing: additional photography
Markus Wittman .... assistant property master (as Marcus Whittmann)
Sound Department
Keith Elliott .... sound re-recording mixer
Anton Gold .... production sound mixer
Jamie Gould .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Jeffrey J. Hartwick .... sound production assistant (as Jeffrey Hartwick)
Dan Izen .... production sound mixer
Sang Jun Kim .... assistant sound editor (as Sang Kim)
Betsy Lindell .... boom operator
Thomas O'Neil Younkman .... sound designer
Thomas O'Neil Younkman .... supervising sound editor
Michael Paterson .... project manager: re-recording operations
Sarah Payan .... adr editor
Jason Perreira .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Benjamin Rauscher .... foley recordist (as Ben Rauscher)
Monique Reymond .... foley artist
Chris Roach .... adr recordist
Andrew Tay .... sound re-recording mixer
David John West .... additional sound effects editor (as David West)
Mark Zsifkovits .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Larry Barado .... special effects technician
Stephen Bourgiose .... special effects technician
Kevin Carter .... special effects contact lenses
Scott Conner .... special effects technician: Drac Studios
Christopher Dooly .... fabricator
Bruce Spaulding Fuller .... sculptor (as Bruce Fuller)
Chris Hampton .... fabricator
Edward Joubert .... special effects technician (as Eddie Joubert)
Christine Mansfield .... seamer
Tami McKay .... special effects optician
David K. Nami .... special effects supervisor (as David Nami)
David Nash .... special effects foreman
Tarun Sharma .... foam technician
Jake Whitney .... special effects technician
Steve Winsett .... lab technician (as Robert S. Winsett)
Visual Effects by
Brian Dickett .... lead digital artist
Josh Kirschenbaum .... visual effects supervisor
Simone Bargetze .... stunt double: Shannon Elizabeth
Matt Brockman .... stunt double
Danny Cosmo .... utility stunts
Chris J. Fanguy .... stunts (as Chris Fanguy)
Jeff Galpin .... stunt coordinator
Jim Henry .... stunts
Chris Kibler .... stunt double
Shawn Michael .... stunt performer
Holly O'Quin .... stunt double
Kym Stys .... stunt double: Monica Keena
Kym Stys .... stunt double: Tatyana Kanavka
Russell Towery .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Travis Barnhart .... lamp operator
Bennett Bartley .... lamp operator
Autumn Boh .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Michael Bonnett .... best boy grip
Nathan Borck .... additional still photographer
Wesley Bryant .... lamp operator
Luke Cauthern .... grip
Scott Combel .... jimmy jib operator (as Scotty Combel)
Stephen Fouasnon .... camera production assistant
Melanie Gates .... film loader
Paul Gonsoulin .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Gonzalo Gonzalez .... electrician (as Gonzalo 'Gonzo' Gonzales)
Josiah Greenup .... grip
Josh Harrison .... "a" camera operator/steadicam
Cassia Hoffman .... still photographer
Daniel Lachman .... camera production assistant
James Marks .... crane operator
Mike Nami Jr. .... grip (as Michael Nami Jr.)
Mike Nami Jr. .... grip
Joseph Paolucci Jr. .... lamp operator (as Joe Paolucci)
Allen Parks .... gaffer
James H Razo .... crane operator (as James Razo)
Declan Ryan .... best boy electric
Eric Schmidt .... grip: additional photography
Wayne Sharp .... key grip
Kennith G. Smith .... dolly grip (as Ken Smith)
Andy Sparaco .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Andy Sporaco)
Andy Sparaco .... director of photography: second unit (as Andy Sporaco)
Jason Sutton .... crane operator
Troy Wagner .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Amanda Warning .... rigging electrician
Louis Zlotowicz .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (as Louis A. Zlotowicz)
Louis Zlotowicz .... still photographer (as Louis A. Zlotowicz)
Chip Carey .... additional lighting technician (uncredited)
McKay Johnson .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Nathan Tape .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Animation Department
Perry Harovas .... animator
Casting Department
Hank Langlois .... extras casting
Sharlene Ruffino .... additional casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Allison Bauserman .... key set costumer: stage
Annette Farnsworth .... key set costumer: location
Sierra Heavin .... costume production assistant
Editorial Department
Philip Beckner .... on-line conformer
Matt Blackshear .... on-line conformer (as Matthew Blackshear)
Michael Cioni .... digital intermediate supervisor: PlasterCITY Digital Post, LLC
Andrew Cohen .... post production supervisor
Myke Dixon .... data management
Katie Fellion .... digital intermediate producer: PlasterCITY Digital Post, LLC
Paul Geffre .... post-production producer
Dana Osterman .... post-production assistant
Erik Peterson .... conform editor: Keep Me Posted
Paul Rehder .... data management
Tunisha Singleton .... post-production producer
Ryan Vega .... data management
Oscar Velasquez .... post-production assistant
Ian Vertovec .... digital intermediate colorist: PlasterCITY Digital Post, LLC
Music Department
Joseph Bishara .... music supervisor
Alisa Burket .... music assistant (as Alisa Burkett)
Melora Creager .... musician: cello
Jeffrey Holmes .... arrangements
Sean Lacefield .... assistant music editor
Ray Luzier .... musician: drums
Ashburn Miller .... score engineer
Julie Sessing .... music clearance
Jesse Wright-Fitzgerald .... score preparation
Transportation Department
Donald Burdett .... driver: stakebed
Brian Callahan .... driver: fuel truck
John DeVay .... transportation coordinator
Donovan Hux .... driver
Travis Hux .... driver
Lawrence Johnson .... driver: camera truck
Carlie M. Kahn .... driver: set decorating (as Carlie Kahn)
Robbie La Rose .... driver
Bruce Lane .... driver
Sal Melancon .... generator operator/driver
Gregg Minor .... driver (as Greg Minor)
Leonard Minor .... driver
Shedrick Roy .... driver (as Shedrick N. Roy Jr.)
Al Sens .... transportation captain
Shelton L. Slack .... driver
Daniel O. Wiseman .... driver: honeywagon (as Dan Wiseman)
Other crew
Josh Adams .... additional key craft service
Boyd Anderson .... catering manager
Brian Anderson .... executive chef
Les Arceneaux .... location assistant
Heather Babineaux .... executive chef
Liz Barker .... set production assistant
David Burl Jr. .... set production assistant (as David Burl)
Sarah Carleton .... assistant to executive producer
Gregory S. Carr .... key set production assistant
Gordon Clark .... production coordinator: additional photography
Caroline Couret-Delegue .... director of development: Seven Arts Pictures
Billy Delaughter .... additional caterer
Tad Deroche .... set medic
John DeVay .... post production accountant
Jason Dial .... assistant coordinator
Stephanie Dillon .... controller: Seven Arts Pictures
Stacey England .... script supervisor: second unit
Justin Etienne .... assistant location manager
David Fernandez .... set medic
Jeff Galpin .... head animal wrangler
Patrick Garstin .... vice president of business affairs: Seven Arts Pictures
Moira Glace .... cast assistant
Jacob Hamil .... set production assistant (as J.L. Hamil)
Kate Hoffman .... chief operating officer: Seven Arts Pictures
Jill Hudson .... set medic
Chris Kibler .... second assistant accountant
Scott M. King .... additional production assistant
Lisa Latter .... set production assistant
Stephen LeBlanc .... location manager
Twig Leveque .... set production assistant
Jessica Luebe .... office production assistant (as Jessica Dwyer)
Elizabeth Mace .... assistant to producer: Michael Arata (as Liz Mace)
Shawn Macola .... cast assistant
Marcia Matthew .... vice president of finance: Seven Arts Pictures
Matthew D. Miller .... key set production assistant
Nicole Miller .... assistant to producer: Greg McKay
Eric Min .... production executive: Seven Arts Pictures
Jennifer Munch .... craft service assistant
Don Napoli .... post-production accountant (as Donald Napoli)
Michelle Nelson .... key craft service
Elaine New .... finance director
Holly O'Quin .... set medic (as Holly O'Quinn)
Ryan O'Quinn .... adr voice
Rigo Osorio .... production assistant: additional photography (as Christian Osorio)
Kara Parker .... set production assistant
Sandy Parker .... script supervisor
Shannon Parker .... additional set production assistant
Jason Payne .... catering assistant
Rachel Perez .... set production assistant
Krystle Rakestraw .... production staff
Joel Ramsey .... production secretary
John Richoux .... production assistant
Laura Rosaly .... production coordinator
John Michael Roussel .... location assistant
Steve Roussel .... location assistant
Travis Seals .... additional caterer
Andy Smith .... location assistant
Megan Staab .... set production assistant
Sharon Swan .... first assistant accountant
Adam Walls .... coordinator
Melissa Wiseman .... production accountant
Tiffany Jackson .... special thanks (as Tiffany J. Billiot)
Mike Mendez .... special thanks

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Rated R for bloody horror violence/gore and language throughout, some sexuality, nudity and drug use
93 min | 98 min (Blu-ray edition)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Australia:R (2010) | Canada:R (Manitoba) | Canada:18A (Ontario) | Germany:18 | Ireland:18 | Netherlands:16 | Philippines:R-16 | South Korea:18 | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #45467)
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Diora Baird and Monica Keena have both battled prior masked killers. Monica stood up to both Freddie Kruger and Jason Voorhees in "Freddie Vs Jason". While Diora Baird fell Victim to LeatherFace in "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre : the BeginningSee more »
Continuity: Before Maddie goes into the trapdoor her pantyhose is ripped at the knees. When she comes up from the trapdoor her pantyhose is whole again.See more »
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14 out of 25 people found the following review useful.
It wasn't scary!, 14 October 2010
Author: Paul Magne Haakonsen from Denmark

I remember watching the original "Night of the Demons" back in the late 80's, so I had somewhat mixed feelings about this movie. Initially I thought something in the lines of "why does the world need a re-told version of this movie?" When the movie started, I was pleasantly surprised with the intro, at least, because it had that certain unique Lovecraftian touch to it. But I also thought, if this is how the movie is going to be all the way through, it will be too much, too unbearable. Luckily, the movie did change over to become an ordinary-styled movie.

Well, the storyline is pretty straight forward, and no twists or turns to the events that unfolded. The movie was also somewhat true to the original 1988 movie, but of course with some major changes, which was actually good to see. But overall, the story was predictable and somewhat stale, even if you haven't seen the original movie.

The effects and the setting was quite alright, and the demons did looks alright, I will give them that much.

There was a sex scene in the movie that made me almost still my coffee. That was just too ridiculous, trust me, you will know what I am talking about when you see the movie, or if you have already seen it. I am not giving away details, but that was just downright stupid.

As for the cast. Well, there were some known faces, no major stars though. I am not a fan of Edward Furlong, but he actually did a good job in the role here. I had to look twice when I first saw Edward Furlong, but yeah, that was him alright. And another familiar face is Shannon Elizabeth, though her performance in the movie seemed more like it was some project she just wanted to get over with.

I suppose for people who haven't seen the original "Night of the Demons", this movie will be quite a blast. It has enough action and suspense to keep you interested. There is also a good amount of gore and effects in the movie. So that is a plus. But for us who have seen the original version, then this action-packed remake is a hollow attempt at bringing something old back to life. Don't get me wrong, the movie is good in itself, it should just have been made as something else, not a remake of that old movie.

For me, this movie was the type that you watch once and never again.

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