Night of the Demons (1988) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Night of the Demons (1988)

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  • Release Date:  1988
  • Genre:  Devil & Demon & Hell
  • Director:  Kevin Tenney
  • Screenwriter:  Joe Augustyn
  • Cast & Crew: Hal Havins, Allison Barron, Alvin Alexis, Harold Ayer, Billy Gallo, Cathy Podewell, Karen Ericson, Lance Fenton, Donnie Jeffcoat, Linnea Quigley, James W. Quinn, Clark Jarrett, Amelia Kinkade, Jill Terashita, and Philip Tanzini.

Night of the Demons (1988)Rating:

  • Dylan = 9 / 10;
  • Eloise = 6 / 10;
  • Raoul = 7.5 / 10;
  • Simina = 4.5 / 10;
  • IMDB =  6.3/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 5.6/10.

Night of the Demons (1988) Synopsis:

On Halloween night, a group of teenagers organizes a party in an abandoned house where dwells dangerous spirits.

Night of the Demons (1988) Review:

Night of the demons is THE very stereotype of 80’s teen movies. It is as cheesy as it gets, with the usual set of teenagers characters: the virgin, the slut, the stupid, the freak, etc. And then there is the synthesizer music, the hot chicks, the stupid jokes and, most importantly…the latex make up!

All this makes a great atmosphere and put on a good show. The latex- special effects are just greats and the demons really mean-looking. The acting is over-exaggerated almost to the point where it gets ridiculous, but because Night of the demons is more a comedy than anything else; it fits perfectly to the overall tone of the film. The plot is ultra-basic and there are no surprises in that film. It is just a “fun to watch”, entertaining no-brainer film.

Night of the Demons feels like a teen version of Bava’s demons that does not take itself seriously but is hilarious and should certainly appeal to a large audience.

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