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Though it was originally conceived as another entry in the popular Demons series, director Michele Soavi insisted that the film stand alone and not be connected with the films Demons (1985) or Demons 2 (1986). In an interview Soavi referred to the Demons films as 'pizza schlock' and wanted La Chiesa to be more sophisticated. See more »
When Father Gus, as a recreational archer, is using a bow to shoot at a target, he is not wearing a wrist guard. This is a painful mistake even a beginner would only make once. See more »
[after a huge fish like demon is attacking the male model]
MY GOD! What's going on here?
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Yes, this movie has plot and logic problems! But so what? Most good horror movies do. That's what makes them so great. I enjoyed this thoroughly. If you are an Italian horror movie fan, then you will like this. I enjoyed the heavy atmosphere of the church, the gore, and the acting. Give this one a chance. Just don't sit there with a pen and paper trying to pick apart the plot.
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