Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Rush Week Fraternity Demon |
Actors: Pamela Ludwig, Dean Hamilton, Trixxie Bowie, Charles Laulette, Deborah Carlin
Directors: Bob Bralver, C.B. Rubin
Genres: Comedy, Horror
Demons make the best lovers!
Steve Sputnik | Harrisburg, PA USA | 01/12/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Well,well,well...what do we have here? A demon temptress who comes to our world to choose a man who will be forced to have sex with her constantly for all eternity? Where does the line start? Apparently there's a problem with this plan because the guys fight tooth and nail not to get lucky with this special vixen. But none of that matters because there is a ROCK band in this. A really cool rock band. They play rock and roll. I need to know who this band is and where can I get a t-shirt. One star was taken away because they didn't show enough of the band."
Luis Castellanos | San Antonio, Texas USA | 07/09/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Well in this combo you get Rush Week and Fraturnity Demon. In rush week a killer is on the loose and is killing off college girls at Tambers College. As more girls turn up missing toni, a student reporter starts to search for the killer and trys to get her big story. Soon she falls for jeff, the president of the Beta Delta Beta fraternity who starts acting strange as more girls turn up missing. Will toni find out who the killer is or will her story get her killed? As for fraternity Demond the movie is about a demon temptress who comes to our world, and is searching for a man to have sex constantly for all eternity. There is a fight between all these frat guys to be the stud who gets lucky with this sexy demon. Lots of fun and cool rock music."
Are translucent cheerleaders jumping across my TV screen?
Jennifer E. Williams | Fort Worth, TX | 11/22/1998
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This film, which marks scene changes by having a transluscent cheerleader jump across the screen, is so bad it is funny. The storyline so pathetic...but it gave a lot of laughs to the group of people I saw it with!"