Demon Resurrection NR

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(10) IMDb 7.1/10

Written & directed by William Hopkins (CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT, SLEEPLESS NIGHTS), DEMON RESURRECTION is a retro-style supernatural thriller loaded with sex, gory violence, evil cultists and rampaging zombies!

Starring:
Alexis Golightly, Damian Ladd
Runtime:
1 hour, 28 minutes

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Demon Resurrection

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Product Details

Genres Horror
Director William Hopkins
Starring Alexis Golightly, Damian Ladd
Supporting actors Eli Kranski, Chad Kessler, Amanda Pennington, Edward Wheeler, Laurie Miller, Bashir Solebo, Will McDonald, Joe Zaso, Joe McClean, Stephanie Roy, Caroline Adams, Daniel Almekinder, Andrew Blasenak, Cassy Maxton
Studio Feature Resources, Inc.
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Acting was even pretty good.
Muh
Not a bad scene with some brief shots of full frontal... The plot is the usual low budget wanna be horror film.
Schmuck
If you're a horror fan, well worth the watch!
Stephen Snow

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Raven on July 4, 2013
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Whoa tis movie is so good it;s epic, a mix of magic, demonic powers, summonig a demon, beings, and really cool zombies. Top notch special effects, story, plot, and actors. It starts with a young archeologist excavating an area and finds skeletons of people from many years ago who were killed for using witchcraft. A rich guys shows up telling him that he may be a descendant of the one of executioners. The rich guy then does something rotten, then goes after a young man John the two wind up in a battle of good vs evil, he is after John's girlfriend. John has an old book full of ancient rituals, spells and more, this has plenty of blood and gore. Don't wanna give away the juicy parts before people see the movie but it is scary from start to finish
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Grelber37 on March 15, 2013
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Demon Resurrection is one of which I had not heard until recently. However, I recommend it for horror fans. I found it on Amazon Instant. Film-maker William Hopkins is neither a Romero nor a Gordon. However, he draws good inspiration from each, and Demon Resurrection delivers many of the sordid goods of each. Take a look, perhaps. I was impressed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Muh on December 28, 2013
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I expected total b-movie...well it is, but like the b-movies from the 70s. Excellent zombies and cool mood. Acting was even pretty good.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel W. Kelly VINE VOICE on October 23, 2014
Format: DVD
Demon Resurrection is my kind of horror flick. It’s so good to see indie directors keeping alive the tradition of eerie horror movies of the 70s involving the occult, demons, the living dead, and plenty of gut-munching. Demon Resurrection, by director William Hopkins, is the perfect combination of all of the above. I really felt like I was watching a ghoulish 70s flick on an 80s VHS tape.

Before Evil Dead, the remake, Demon Resurrection had a bunch of friends coming to an isolated house to help a friend get over what they think is a drug addiction. Cult addiction is the last thing they expected.

After the initial setup, the movie so reminds me of movies like Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things. There are freaky demon-zombie creeps in robes coming out of the ground, surrounded by eerie green lighting and fog at all times. Awesome. The house falls under siege, with the ghouls breaking through the windows to make a meal out of everyone. Amazing.

And the music score is old skool creepy sound effect style without attention to a distinct melody, plus it drops out and leaves us with nothing but tense silence at key moments to excellent effect.

Demon Resurrection is a great reminder of how great simple indie horror flicks used to be—and still can be. This is a perfect one to pop in on Halloween night.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BFI on March 30, 2014
Format: DVD
This film reminded me of the days of Creature Feature. An intervention goes awry when friends come up against forces they aren't prepared for. I enjoyed the atmesphere created here. Especially the later sequences with the zombies coming to reek havoc on the people inside the house. The make up and effects are comparible to those films of the Hammer era and the director (Bill Hopkins) is able to keep a soild pace and build suspense as things begin to unravel. I liked the mythological background of the story and wished there could have been a little more of it introduced into the plot but the action more then makes up for that. The film has plenty of gore and nudity but I felt both were intricate parts of the story instead of just being there for exploitation purposes. If you're a fan of that era of horror films, I would recommend purchasing this film for your collection.
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