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Night of the Demon / Curse of [Import anglais]
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American psychologist John Holden (Dana Andrews) arrives in England to discover that his colleague, Henry Harrington (Maurice Denham), has suddenly died following his efforts to discredit notorious occultist Julian Karswell (Niall MacGinnis). The cynical Holden dismisses Karswell's warnings as supernatural nonsense, even when he and Harrington's niece, Joanna (Peggy Cummins), are confronted by a series of bizarre and inexplicable events. Holden discovers that Karswell has slipped him a parchment featuring ancient runic symbols a sign that, like Harrington before him, he has been marked for imminent destruction by a fire-breathing demon. As the night of his threatened demise draws nearer, the fearful Holden begins to suspect that Karswell has been telling the truth all along... Contains special features including 'Curse of the Demon', the re-edited American version.
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The title of this movie is a tad misleading and can be easily mixed up for the British movie “Night of the Demon” (1957) staring Dana Andrews. However there is no relationship.
Professor Nugent (Michael J. Cutt) is convinced that Big Foot is still roaming around in the woods. He invites five students to follow him into the woods for extra credit.
The story is told by first person as a flashback.
This movie must be this bad by design as you could not make one like this by accident. We see soft porn. Lots of fake blood and phony pulsating wounds. There are sweaty girls. Girl Scouts but no Brownies. Lots of ratty music and flashy colorful lighting to make you think you are in a 60’s LSD movie. Long hair, bell bottoms, and there are even plaid shirts. The only thing missing is dueling banjos.
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Disregard the zero stars.
I agree with them that their assessment of that OTHER movie, Night of the Demons (PLURAL) is correct; it is a useless piece of recent trash.
The problem lies in the fact that the great 1957 movie pictured above was originally released in England as Curse of the Demon, and in the United States as Night of the Demon (SINGULAR)
The above pictured DVD is a tense horror movie of the type that plays on your imagination without the use of cheesy looking creatures. On two occasions in the movie when the demon starts tearing his victims up it is depicted momentarily in a realistic montage which puts a scare into the dark recesses of your mind. Gripping stuff, superbly directed by a master storyteller, Jacques Tourneour.
Warning! Do not watch this movie at night.
When the movie started the audio was in the Spanish dubbing. A simple push of the language button on my Blu-ray remote switched the language to its original English.
Excellent picture and sound.