Night Of The Demons

  • 1989
  • Movie
  • R
  • Horror

This independently-produced, low-budget film begins promisingly, with an effective opening credits sequence in which animated ghosts, goblins, full moons, and haunted houses swirl in and around the titles, making for some good spooky fun. Unfortunately, it's all downhill from there. Teenager Angela (Mimi Kinkade) is throwing a Halloween party for a few...read more

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This independently-produced, low-budget film begins promisingly, with an effective opening credits sequence in which animated ghosts, goblins, full moons, and haunted houses swirl in and around the titles, making for some good spooky fun. Unfortunately, it's all downhill from there.

Teenager Angela (Mimi Kinkade) is throwing a Halloween party for a few friends at an old, abandoned house. But the party house is no ordinary house; it's a closed funeral home whose owner killed his whole family many years ago. Notwithstanding its generic story line, NIGHT OF THE DEMONS has a nice

sense of pace and dispatches its victims neatly. But, like many another HALLOWEEN-inspired epic, it fails to offer any interesting characters. Director Kevin Tenney has a strong style that improves the script all it can. Unfortunately, good looks are not enough. In a common plight of horror

filmmakers these days, Tenney needs to find a script that is as strong and as innovative as his direction.

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  • Released: 1989
  • Rating: R
  • Review: This independently-produced, low-budget film begins promisingly, with an effective opening credits sequence in which animated ghosts, goblins, full moons, and haunted houses swirl in and around the titles, making for some good spooky fun. Unfortunately, it… (more)

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