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  • Actors: Edward Furlong, Shannon Elizabeth, Monica Keena, John F. Beach, Michael Copon
  • Directors: Adam Gierasch
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: October 19, 2010
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003VE9WP6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,619 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Night of the Demons" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Audio commentary with Monica Keena, Bobbi Sue Luther, John F. Beach, writer/director Adam Gierasch and writer Jace Anderson.
  • Behind the Bloodbath featurette Intro from Comic-Con

  • Editorial Reviews

    Angela (Shannon Elizabeth) is throwing a decadent Halloween part at New Orleans' infamous Broussard Mansion. But after the police break up the festivities, Maddie (Monica Keena) and a few friends stay behind. Trapped inside the locked mansion gates, the remaining guests uncover a horrifying secret and soon fall victim to seven vicious, blood-thirsty demons.

    Customer Reviews

    Even the sequels to the original were better then this remake.
    Gunnar B. Podolec
    When they tried to do stuff from the original film, that's when things just got a little tepid at times.
    This movie has great writing and some awesome shots & special effects.
    Darrel Lawson 1st Inf Veteran

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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on October 19, 2010
    Format: Blu-ray
    A remake of Night of the Demons? Sure, why not. Anyway, this new age take on Night of the Demons pretty much follows the same story structure: Angela (Shannon Elizabeth) is throwing a massive Halloween bash at a house with a demonic past and history. After the cops bust the place up and Angela and a small group of her friends are trapped inside, all hell naturally breaks loose. This remake of Night of the Demons doesn't offer up anything you haven't seen before, or any real surprises either, but it does feature a healthy amount of blood, gore, and gross out effects. The babe factor (Shannon Elizabeth, Monica Keena, Diora Baird, and Bobbi Sue Luther) is great, and there are enough nods to the original film (including a cameo from the still sexy Linnea Quigley and a bloody recreation of the famous disappearing lipstick act) to make this worth checking out. All in all, fan of the original or not, this remake of Night of the Demons is a worthwhile horror trek worth taking, as long as you don't expect too much out of it.
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    29 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Daimonion on January 29, 2011
    Format: DVD
    There was a couple things I liked here. The tentacle armed demon, who is seen much too infrequently, and obviously inspired by Lovecraft. The skull-faced demon, who is quite creepy and effective. I also like the theme song by deathrock cult band 45 Grave. They've been around for a very long time, and this is their first new track in a long time. It's great to hear some new material, even if it's only one song.

    Let me get right to the point and say what I really want to say- buy the original 1987 film. It's got style, humor, it's well-written and the effects are done well on a limited budget. It's a classic with character and just a fun time. I equally recommend Part 2, from 1994, which was directed by Australian cult director Brian Trenchard Smith (Dead End Drive In, Turkey Shoot, etc). Part 2 is half sequel and half remake of part one, only with a bigger budget and more tongue stuck into it's bloody cheek.

    This new one, aside from what I mentioned in the first paragraph, has little going for it. Edward Furlong is on hand, trying hard to give a good performance and hold things together, but he seems to be wandering around not sure what he's doing or what is happening. There's a lot of trying-too-hard faux-sexiness and girl-girl touching blended with a lot of screaming and lights flashing and music blaring. It all adds up to nothing. It's boring. I say if you are going to remake a movie, do something really unique and different, or if not different, make it better in some way. But here they have not improved the original nor made it different in any interesting way. It fails and it's not scary. Boring. Skip it.
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    20 of 27 people found the following review helpful By NateMonroe on May 9, 2011
    Format: DVD
    This movie has alot of problems.

    Linnea Quigley only has a cameo, and you can barely see her face. You do get to see her bend over again and flash some little girls her panties.

    This is really not a remake. They took a few characters, and a few similar situations from the original, but the rest of the film is not even close to the original. The producers evidently wanted to make money off of the first film, but came up with a dud.

    Third, Edward Furlog is badly miscast in this film. He is cast as a drug dealer with a romantic interest with the female lead, but there is no chemistry between them.Edward actually seems high himself during this film, even having dark circles from time to time around his eyes, and no one notices.

    Terrible shock value dialogue and supposed sex scenes. Right off the bat we a treated to a discussion on female grooming. What that has to do with anything is beyond me. Then there is the oral sex scene which was totally unnecessary. Alot of the characters say through out the film that they need to go to the bathroom, but hardly anyone ever actually does. One starts, but is interrupted.

    None of the characters have any depth. They are dull and interchangeable. The girl who plays Amelia is just flat.

    The demons are not scary. In fact, the make up and special effects are pretty standard.

    The writers took too many liberties to actually claim this is a remake.

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    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on July 6, 2012
    Format: DVD
    <strong>Night of the Demons</strong> (Adam Gierasch, 2009)

    One is never quite sure what one is going to get when one comes into a movie penned by the creative team of Jace Anderson and Adam Gierasch. The two were instrumental in the resurrection of Tobe Hooper's career, writing the two best movies he'd made in decades (<em>Toolbox Murders</em> and <em>Mortuary</em>). On the other hand, they were also responsible for the abomination that was Dario Argento's <em>Mother of Tears</em>, the rise of Tibor Takacs as a Sci-Fi Channel Original Movie director, and <em>Spiders</em>. (If you've never seen <em>Spiders</em> and don't have a Lana Parrilla fetish, you're far better off.) And then there are the movies the two have written directed by Gierasch. I've now seen the first two. The first was 2008's <em>Autopsy</em>, an After Dark Horrorfest title that was not completely irredeemable. The second is 2009's <em>Night of the Demons</em>, which is.

    Plot: It's Halloween night, and Evangeline Broussard (<em>Autopsy</em>'s Tatyana Kanavka) is throwing her annual bash at the ancestral, and supposedly haunted, mansion that her family abandoned some sixty years ago after a night of horrible carnage. Fast-forward past a few badly-contrived pieces of "move the plot along", and after the party, seven people are left in the house: Angela; her trio of friends Maddie, Lily, and Suzanne (<em>Freddy vs. Jason</em>'s Monica Keena, <em>Wedding Crashers</em>' Diora Baird, and <em>Judy Moody and the not Bummer Summer</em>'s Bobbi Sue Luther, respectively); Maddie's drug-dealing ex Colin and his buddy Dex (<em>American History X</em>'s Edward Furlong and former Mighty Morphin' Power Ranger Michael Copon).
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