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Demon Hunter (2005)

R | | Horror | 1 June 2005 (USA)
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After resolving a situation of exorcism, the half-breed demon hunter Jake Greyman reports to Cardinal White and they realize that the demon Asmodeus is impregnating many mortals trying to ... See full summary »

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Robert Alonzo ... Guard #2
Harlan Baird ... Dying Man
... Cardinal White
... Bishop Desapio
... Hooker
Tania Deighton ... Succubus
... Asmodeus
... Jake Greyman
Bertha Holguin ... Anna
... Inquisitor #1
... Maria (as Lea Moreno Young)
... Guard #5
... Hell's Angel
... Big Man (as Edward Perez)
... Sister Sarah Ryan
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After resolving a situation of exorcism, the half-breed demon hunter Jake Greyman reports to Cardinal White and they realize that the demon Asmodeus is impregnating many mortals trying to raise offspring. Cardinal White calls Sister Sarah Ryan to assist Jake in his hunting for Asmodeus and his women. Meanwhile, Asmodeus sends the delicious and sexy Succubus to seduce Jake. A battle between good and evil is in course. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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In The Final War Between Heaven & Hell, Pray He's On Your Side.

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1 June 2005 (USA)  »

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Caçador de Demônios  »

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Maria: [possessed] Look at the pretty man. Hello, pretty man. Are you here for your friend? I'm afraid you're too late to save him.
Jake Greyman: I didn't come here to save him.
Maria: Then perhaps you've come to play with me.
Jake Greyman: I'm not here to wallow with pigs, either.
Maria: Then you must die now...
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Featured in Demons Among Us (2006) See more »

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Worth watching for Billy Drago's performance alone
26 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

Jake Greyman is a demon hunter, a sort of supernatural cleaner, the guy who takes over when the exorcism fails. The film starts out with Jake cleaning up after yet another exorcism gone wrong, the third within a matter of weeks. All of the victims have been young and attractive girls and both Jake and the church are suspicious. There seems to be a new demon at work, one with a definite schedule. Jake teams up with the unorthodox sister Sara and the two learn that the Demon of Lust, Asmodeus, is doing his horny best to impregnate as many hot young girls as he can in order to produce a race of half breed beings who will destroy us all.

This is a blatant and watered down rip off of Constantine, but hey, at least Keanu Reeves isn't in it. Sean Patrick Flannery, quite a good actor, does his best here with a corny script and a limp storyline. Angelina Jolie lookalike Colleen Porch isn't too shabby either as the sister with a secret. Tania Deighton as the Succubus is really hot and slinky and she expertly manages not to look embarrassed by her phony looking horns. Billy Drago as Asmodeus really steals the film though. Drago, a great but seriously underrated actor who almost always plays scummy bad guys, is excellent as the fanged and sleazy demon, surrounded by half naked girls and smiling like an alligator. His scenes are the best and most fun, particularly one in which he enthusiastically nails a lovely Asian lady in a crypt. Wow! Seriously sexy hot stuff! The fight scene between Drago and Flannery is well choreographed and is a lot of fun to watch.

The special effects are rather lame and the soundtrack is bloody awful, sounding like a bad 80s hair band reunion, but there are enough good and energetic performances in this film to make it halfway decent and raise it slightly above the level of most other direct-to-video crap. Worth seeing at least once, especially if you're a fan of either Flannery or Drago.


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