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  • Actors: Jerry Broome, Elisabeth Jamison, Anne McDaniels, Brandon Goins, Josh Folan
  • Directors: Adam Matalon
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: MTI HOME VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: July 8, 2008
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001934SRI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #194,872 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Genre: Horror
Rating: R
Release Date: 8-JUL-2008
Media Type: DVD

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I'm pretty sure "dumb" is not the right word to use for this.
Robert Beveridge
If you don't require good acting, characterization, logic, or atmosphere, just plenty of graphic violence and nudie shots, then this is the film for you.
Thomas M. Sipos
One style would've done better. . . at least we could've depended on SOMETHING in the film.
Anthony Pittore

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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Pittore VINE VOICE on July 12, 2008
Format: DVD
Playing like a bad mix of 'House on Haunted Hill' and 'Halloween: Resurrection' (yes, worse than 'Halloween: Resurrection'), we follow the story of three couples (including a couple football players, an emo lesbian, and a porn star. . . seriously) who are invited to the former home of amateur mountain climber & psychotic murderer Sean McIntyre (which might be the lamest name for a killer in the history of horror). Why? Because some rich guy (who looks like the prickish lovechild of Eli Roth and Colin Farrell) promised them $5,000 if they'd participate in his live-stream webcast at the haunted house. As expected, the ghost of McIntyre is brought back during a séance (why do I even bother?) and begins to stalk down his house guests.

Well, what's there to say? I wasn't expecting much here, and I got what I was expecting. This simply is not a good film. The premise isn't awful, I suppose. Worse ideas have made better films. But, though it's said too much: The execution was just plain bad. The writing was stale, clunky, and chock-full of clichés; and it wasn't helped by the laughably bad acting. Sadly, unlike many other modern straight-to-video horrors, the cast that kept their clothes on isn't even attractive enough to make up for their lack of talent. I will give the film one compliment: the gore FX were pretty good. . . even though the violence was unrealistic (I mean, severing a head with a kitchen knife? C'mon). The direction (by someone who'd previously been into 'Sesame Street' videos) isn't terrible, but it seemed he didn't know which way he wanted to go with it, as it blends hand-held, steadicam, and realistic video. . . then there are jumping camera effects (including some little girl with cataracts or something) in only one scene that never show their face again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on December 23, 2011
Format: DVD
The movie opens with the McIntyre murders, a black and white scene of a guy killing his family, then himself. 20 years later the house becomes a scene for a reality show where contestants must spend the night in the house equipped with sound (screams) and cameras. The characters entertain us with some "good" cheesy dialouge. The contest takes place on Halloween night with live streaming. In order to get viewers, they add a porn star to the group. The group includes two rival football players and their girlfriends along with a lesbian who is paired up with the porn star.

The couples initially hold a seance lead by Daphne Ciccarelle who dabbles in the occult...now it is a matter of who lives and dies and whatever plot twists they can come up with.

I liked the overall "B" movie quality to this film. While it isn't anything new to the horror film genre, I enjoy rip off movies that are done well with characters and dialouge.

Sex, nudity (cutie Anne McDaniels, Krista Grotte)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on February 15, 2012
Format: DVD
<strong>Death on Demand</strong> (Adam Matalon, 2008)

Before helming the terminally stupid <em>Death on Demand</em>, Adam Matalon had directed two things: Sesame Street skits and a short called <em>Sex and Camping</em>. No, I can't figure it out, either. But it makes a lot more sense than <em>Death on Demand</em>, whose continuity issues in the first half-hour would really be a problem if you could somehow bring yourself to give half a fig about the goings-on therein.

Plot: Sean McIntyre (<em>Sixty Cups of Coffee</em>'s Jerry Broome) was a mountaineer who went nuts and killed his family twenty years ago. Ever since, his house has stood abandoned, rumored to be haunted. Fast-forward to the present day, and college student Richard DeNola (<em>Over the G.W.</em>'s Dan Falcone), looking for a way to make some quick cash, comes up with the idea of doing a webcast from the house, offering five grand to anyone who manages to stay the night without fleeing. His dad (Ralph Bernard in his first feature appearance), a self-made millionaire, thinks he's nuts, but you know fathers--as long as Richard can get a thousand subscriptions to the webcast, he clears the prize money and makes a nifty profit. In order to massage the numbers, Richard comes up with three teams guaranteed to pull in the local viewers. There are two rival football stars from the team, Biff (<em>All God's Creatures</em>' Josh Folan) and Brad (<em>What Happens in Vegas</em>' Brandon Goins) and their girlfriends, aspiring psychic Darla (<em>The Flying Scissors</em>' Elizabeth Jamison) and Tammy (<em>Apocalypse, CA</em>'s Anne McDaniels).
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This is not a great film, but if you must have it, you can buy it cheaper as part of the Blood Bath - 12 Movie Collection DVD set.

In DEATH ON DEMAND, a mountain climber goes crazy and massacres his entire family, then hangs himself. This prologue is nicely rendered in eerie, pastel greenish-yellow hues. It's the only scene in the film that's nicely shot.

Fast-forward 20 years. A sleazy producer creates a Halloween night webcast about three young couples who go on a scavenger hunt in the dead mass murderer's decrepit house. Of course, the mass murderer's ghost returns and the body count mounts. (Yes, the story is lifted from Halloween: Resurrection.)

This film has some REALLY bad acting. Mostly mugging for the camera, and fake Jerry Springer type catfights, and guys oogling at nekkid girls' breasts.

Yes, there is a fair amount of soft-core porn in this film. One couple is lesbian, sort of. One of the pair is a flaky, bimbo type lesbian (the sort you might see in male porn featuring "lesbians"). Her partner "lesbian" is not a lesbian at all, but a porn star that the sleazy producer hired to pretend to be a lesbian and try and sleep with as many of the contestants as she can.

The gore is EXTREMELY graphic. Some extended shots of the killer extracting muscle tissue, and pulling out organ after organ, from his screaming victims. There's also some "comic relief" when one guy uses a Viagra type pill to obtain a HUGE *r*ction -- only to have the killer tear off his looooong p*n*s.

This is a really stupid film.
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