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Killing Ariel (2008)

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After a female demon attacks a contentedly married man, his life turns into a nightmare of madness, lust, adultery, and cold-blooded murder.


Fred Calvert





Credited cast:
Lindsley Allen ... Sally
Suzete Belouin Suzete Belouin ... Karen
Shana Betz ... Nancy (as Shana Sosin)
Michael Brainard ... Rick
Axelle Cummings ... Ariel (as Axelle Grelet)
Gary Edward Gary Edward ... Jerry (as Gary Hourani)
Maggie Fine ... Secretary
Lisa Franks Lisa Franks ... Julia
Joseph Gatt ... Incubus
Lauren Mary Kim ... Tai Chi Woman
Steven Lamprinos ... Bradley
Paul Mackley Paul Mackley ... Gas Station Attendant
Stacey Martino ... Rick's Mother
Miguel Nájera ... Psychiatrist
Sal Romeo Sal Romeo ... Nicholas


One night, a female demon attacks Rick, a contentedly married man. Under the spell of the demon, he takes a beautiful woman, Ariel, off to an isolated house for a weekend fling. There, bizarre and frightening things happen, and accidentally Rick kills Ariel. But she won't stay dead. He soon realizes that she is the demon that first attacked him. He defends himself by killing her again. And again. But no matter how many times he kills her, she keeps coming back. Written by Sarah Halabi

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Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violent and sexual content, nudity and some drug use | See all certifications »

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No "AD" or cats were harmed during the making of this film! See more »


Die A Little Death
Lyrics by Fred Calvert and Sukunya Wangsomnuk
Music composed by Pongprom Snitwong and Sukunya Wangsomnuk
Vocals by Sukunya Wangsomnuk
Recorded at Butterfly Studios, Bangkok, Thailand
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Bizarre and darkly funny.
10 February 2010 | by jhpstrydomSee all my reviews

KILLING ARIEL is very bizarre and has a somewhat dark sense of humor, you might thing looking at the cover art you'll get a horror film but instead its more of a dark horror comedy, think of it as a film called VERY BAD THINGS (starring Cameron Diaz) then add a little dose of THE EVIL DEAD and that sums up what you could expect from this film.

The acting was great, I have to complement the cast of unknowns in this film (or I've just never seen them before) for giving above par performances, the storyline is weird, plainly put.

Side note, if you want to check this out go for it but its not everyone's cup of orange juice so its best you go in not expecting a horror film if that's what you want to see.

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Release Date:

1 January 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Ariel nu vrea sa moara See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA


Box Office


$1,500,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

DJN Studios Inc. See more »
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