Linnea Quigley, who played Suzanne in the Night of the Demons (1988), makes a short appearance in an early scene, wearing the same ballerina costume and shot from the same angle as she was in her first scene in the original film. See more »
During the demon make-out session, the skull-faced demon's (Suzanne) mask is clearly rubber, as you see what is supposed to be solid bone of the face depress and bend while she is kissing. See more »
Night of the Demons
Written by L. Ron Jeremy and Dinah Cancer
Performed by 45 Grave
Courtesy of Thin Man Entertainment
Published by Mutiod Productions (ASCAP) See more »
Of Edward Furlong in that case. And while he still has Charisma, he might be the weak link of this movie. He just doesn't fit into this movie. I can't really explain why, but he doesn't seem to feel comfortable when he is on screen. Which is a shame really, because he could've carried this Remake.
It's a long time since I last saw the Original, which wasn't the greatest Horror movie ever, but still pretty decent (especially for the money it did cost). The Remake does have the money, does have a few good ideas (one of them being of the sexual kind) and does have a killer soundtrack (no pun intended). If that's enough for a Rock'N'Roll experience for you, then ho ahead and watch. If you need more to enjoy a movie, you will be disappointed (not that much gore, not that much story, characters not really likable etc.).
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