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Actor: Tom Savini
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
UR     2006     1hr 35min

Tom Savini (Land of the Dead) leads a terrifying trip into the darkness of desire?when five teens become stranded in a forest roamed by beautiful and deadly creatures who seduce unsuspecting victims to their deaths.


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Actor: Tom Savini
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Sub-Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Studio: New Light Ent
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 08/22/2006
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 1hr 35min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Good for half a movie
M. McClellan | Akron, OH USA | 09/14/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Demonic may look very much like a lot of the bargain basement horror stuff littering video shelves, but that's because it is. And for much of the first half of this flick there's no difference between this and every other piece of schlock. The movie starts out (as they all do) with 5 teens who are crossing the deep woods in the crappiest vehicle they can find. Naturally it breaks down and our clueless lot split up and begin to search for help. Much of their time (and ours) is spent wandering aimlessly shouting "Hello!" and "Who's there?" a lot. Then a couple of them stumble upon an abandoned house yet go inside anyway to find a phone. Now mind you they find one but despite the fact that it obviously doesn't work they try to use it anyway! But they are attacked and knocked out by the lone occupant (Tom Savini).
At about this point the movie does something unexpected. It starts getting good. It turns out that Savini's character is held prisoner inside the place by six demonic, beautiful, and very naked babes! Apparently they love to make out with their victims before they devour them (men and women alike). When they begin attacking the seperated group, they (quite literally) turn them into lower lip sandwiches! When the main couple free themselves of Savini's grasp they have to contend with the demons in their escape attempt. These scenes are the best in the movie for they actually have some semblance of suspense. The makeup design for these creatures is pretty good and so is a scene where a guy gets disemboweled. And of course it certainly helps that our deadly lasses don't wear a stitch throughout the entire thing. The movie ends how most certainly end but for a while Demonic is absolutely angelic."
Things that go Bump Bump in the Night
Captain Insanity | NY | 10/01/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"There are just some things you don't expect to find roaming around the woods at night.
And droves of naked women is one of them.
(What's supposed to be anyway) The most beatiful women to ever grace your eyes.
The only problem is...they'll eat your face.
Part Angel/Part Demon, these girls got the goods.
Oh yeah...except for that whole razor sharp teeth thing.
But can you really blame guys for falling for the bait.
I mean, there is no better lure than a naked chick.
Seriously though.

The movie starts off pretty slow,.... o.k. really slow.
It takes forever introducing you to characters, you could care less about.
Honestly 20 minutes after the movie was over, I already forgot who these people were.
Everyone except Tom Savini,(who was only present for like 10 minutes of the movie.)& the ever-present naked succubi.
Tom Savini played a raving psychotic, living in a cabin in the woods, who helped feed the demonic temptresses.
The naked chicks played .....well they played naked chicks,
except they had a mouthful of razors.
So you know, some things are out of the question.

In all honesty,
this movie is a nostalgic throwback to the 1980's generation of horror.
It seriously felt like it was shot 20 years ago, and they just re-discovered it.
It really isn't worth a purchase, or a rental.
Maybe if you catch it on TV, but even then check to see if something better is on.
If you got an extra $10 laying around,
and want a movie that you and your friends can make fun of with your own brand of commentary, on a lazy afternoon.
Then and only then would I purchase this.
It wasn't awful, but there is just so many better horror movies out there.
I own it.
But that's only because I picked it up at Walmart for $10 while I was buying a better movie.

By the way, the chicks in the film look almost nothing like the one on the cover.

If beauty is in the eyes of the beholder,
then the beholder better get himself some glasses.

A Descent Way to Spend A Couple of Hours
M. Crowson | Richmond, Virginia United States | 10/14/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"The movie starts out by quoting the book of Enoch that references the story of angels that came down and slept with human females and then were tossed out of heaven. This led me to believe that the angels in the woods were actually the Nephilim, the deformed by-product of an angel and a human female's union, but the movie never made it clear. The movie does refer to the naked women in the woods as angels, which doesn't make much sense to me going by the reference at the beginning. However, that aside, the movie does have some good ideas and does produce a fair amount of tension. The relationship between the brother and the arrogant sister was very interesting to me. This movie tries to be a true horror film, meaning that it doesn't try to incorporate humor in it at all. There are some moments that don't work for me, but overall, I'm glad I picked it up. It was great to see Tom Savini, who I think overacted some, but not to any degree that detracted from the movie for me. Give this a try, it's pretty good."