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Stephen Gregory Foster
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Cory and friends visit a broken down old shack in the middle of nowhere to investigate the mysteries of his past. After realizing that his grandparents dabbled in black magic, demons and the undead begin to attack, taking Cory's friends down one by one.Written by
Allan Church <AllanHC96@AOL.COM>
The cast and crew shot for 7 hours on the first day and, when they arrived to view the dailies the next morning, discovered the film was bad and they had nothing to show for their work. They were forced to allot 2 hours to reshoot the first day's scenes. See more »
[After an extended kiss]
That's why I keep her around.
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German Video-Release by Madison was cut to lower violence. Nevertheless it was banned in 1991. Dutch Release (english language) is uncut See more »
From its fiery opening credits, we know that DEMON WIND means business! Cory (Eric Larson) and his friends are led to an old shack in the middle of nowhere. This has something to do w/ Cory's dad and a series of nightmares. From the weird gas station to the creepy diner, we can tell that DW is attempting to build an atmosphere of doom like EVIL DEAD. Does it succeed? Hmmm. Unlike this film, EVIL DEAD had a definite gloom-factor that hung over the entire project. Unlike EVIL DEAD, this movie has a karate-kicking magician! Sort of dull at first, upon arriving at the aforementioned shack, it all hits the fan! Actually, some scenes are reminiscent of something Sam Raimi might have done: a scary journal, squawking demons, squirting goo, etc. There are also seven sacred daggers, like in THE OMEN, and some unmistakable NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD moments as well. All leading to the big finale, starring Satan himself, covered in corn syrup and mashed potatoes! With the proper amount of intoxication, and the right group of friends, this could make for one transcendent viewing experience!...
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