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Demon Hunter

3.5 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

BLADE meets "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" – BILLY DRAGO stars as a half human/half demon who fights to save the world from a vicious demon bent on forcing possessed women to bear its children.

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  • Actors: Robert Alonzo, Harlan Baird, William Bassett, Terrence Beasor, Sophia Crawford
  • Directors: Scott Ziehl
  • Writers: Mitch Gould
  • Producers: Daisy Marco, John Duffy, John W. Hyde, Michael Dubelko, Morris Berger
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: February 7, 2006
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CEXF5Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,651 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Demon Hunter" on IMDb

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"Demon Hunter" is NOT, by any stretch, a great film, but I enjoyed it for some serious action, and a better plot than most of the indie schlock of this genre. The film is actually enhanced by the shameless over-acting. Good thing I wasn't in a mood to take anything seriously...
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I watched this movie today and well I liked it. It's about a man who is half-human/half-demon spawn who goes around killing demons and those humans the demons have posessed when exorcism fails. This is a very intersting topic for me. I have always loved supernatural thrillers. In my opinion this movie bears some resemblance to the "Blade" trilogy of movies as well as the "Dracula 2000" trilogy. "Constantine" and "The Order" (starring Heath Ledger)also come quickly to mind. If you liked any of those movies then I would really suggest giving this movie a try. The acting is good, the story is good and it definitely has a neat atmosphere to it. As far as cheesiness goes I don't think this movie was very cheesy at all. I know another reviewer said that but I disagree. I am giving this movie 5 stars because it is unique and intersting and it covers a subject of great interest to me. (And the fight scenes aren't too shabby either!) Okay now that's my 2 cents worth. Go out and rent this movie already! And write a review after you've seen it. :-) LKP.
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<strong>Demon Hunter</strong> (Scott Ziehl, 2005)

Another of those "Stephen J. Cannell, what were you thinking?" direct-to-video horror cheapies Cannell churned out like he was trying to be Roger Corman during the middle of the last decade (one of which, <em>The Garden</em>, actually found its way into theatres, presumably by accident). If you've seen any of Cannell's more cheaply-produced TV shows, you've got a basic idea of what you're going to get from these movies, save that there will of course be more nudity and more graphic violence. Of those I've seen, <em>Demon Hunter</em> is actually the most satisfying on a number of levels, which probably has to do with the quality of its cast.

Plot: Jake Greyman (<em>The Boondock Saints</em>' Sean Patrick Flanery), a half-human, half-demon who makes his living as a demon hunter for Mother Church, is hired by the somewhat paranoid Cardinal White (<em>House of 1000 Corpses</em>' William Bassett) to figure out whether a demon is behind certain recent events. To keep him in line (well, as much as possible), he's assigned a chaperone, Sister Sarah (<em>Baby Blues</em>' Colleen Porch). Needless to say, the two of them find out pretty quickly that yes, the demon Asmodeus (<em>The Untouchables</em>' Billy Drago) and his sexy henchman, a nameless succubus (<em>Something's Gotta Give</em>'s Tania Deighton), are behind etc. Ultimately, it seems, the demons are after Nancy Lebinowitz (<em>The Hard Easy</em>'s Nancy Yoon), the widow of a billionaire arms dealer, and the demon hunters have to figure out why.
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The Devil (Billy Drago) is having trouble impregnating women in LA in order to have a demon spawn. It seems every time he gets one pregnant, Jake Greyman (Sean Patrick Flanery) our demon hunter kills them. Jake, we later find out, is the a half breed from a fallen angel. He works for the church who teams him up with a nun, Sister Sarah (Colleen Porch).

The film starts out with a very campy exorcism with a priest stringing together Latin phrases, occasionally sprinkling water on a Latino girl (Lea Moreno) whose mother prays profusely downstairs. I was laughing rather hard at this opening scene, however the camp value did not maintain that high level.

A short film that really doesn't make it as a horror or comedy.

Parental Guide F-bomb, sex, nudity (Nancy Yoon + others including FF)
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By Matt on February 24, 2006
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First of all, Sean Patrick Flanery plays the lead role of this movie, not Billy Drago as it says in the details. This is yet another poorly written horror/action movie from Anchor Bay. Aside from Dead and Breakfast, pretty much every movie they're involved with can be expected to have bad dialogue, bad acting, and usually a few casting miscues. One of the most ridiculous mistakes is the casting of William Basset as Cardinal White. With messy hair, a ridiculous mustache, and a completely disheveled look on his face, Basset looks more like a stereotypical drunk small town sheriff than a high ranking church official. The succubus in the movie is just a woman with devil horns, the supposedly powerful demon Asmodeus looks more like a gay heroin addict, and Flanery is apparently wearing the clothes he stole from the Boondock Saints shoot. The dialogue is absolute crap. When Flanery's character turns down a sexual advance by the possessed girl at the beginning, she actually says, "Now you must die!" The only impressive thing about this movie is the fact that the actors can keep a straight face, although most likely they're wondering how they ended up in such a terrible, terrible movie.
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