Night Of The Demons (1988)
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A group of teens decides to have a Halloween party up at the deserted funeral parlor. They accidentally awaken a demon while having a seance. The demon enters the body of one of the women, and soon the teens begin experiencing an attrition problem.
Angela is having a party, Jason and Freddy are too scared to come. But You'll have a hell of a time.
Title: Night Of The Demons
Release Date: September 09, 1988
Runtime: 90 mins
All Genres: Horror
Sound: Ultra Stereo
IMDB Rating: 5.8
Buried.com Rating: 6.8 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With N
MPAA Rating: R
Alvin Alexis ...Rodger
Allison Barron ...Helen
Lance Fenton ...Jay Jansen
Billy Gallo ...Sal Romero
Hal Havins ...Stooge
Cathy Podewell ...Judy Cassidy
Linnea Quigley ...Suzanne
Philip Tanzini ...Max
Jill Terashita ...Frannie
Harold Ayer ...Old Man
Marie Denn ...Old Man's Wife
Karen Ericson ...Mrs. Cassidy (Judy's Mother)
Amelia Kinkade ...Angela Franklin (as Mimi Kinkade)
Don Jeffcoat ...Billy Cassidy
James W. Quinn ...Clerk #1 / Demon Voices
Clark Jarrett ...Clerk #2
Patricia Bando Josten
Dennis Michael Tenney
"Main Title Theme"
"Victims of the Press"
More Movie Taglines:
- Angela is having a party, Jason and Freddy are too scared to come. But You'll have a hell of a time.
- Stooge: Ang, you can't really believe this place is posessed. Sal: Nah, just reposessed!
Stooge: Eat a bowl of fuck! I am here to PARTY!
Suzanne: Do you guys have sour balls? Convenience Store Clerk: Why sure we do. Suzanne: Too bad. I bet you don't get many blow jobs.
Frannie: Oh Max, I don't bend that way.
- Had the film opened nationwide with the numbers it earned in Detroit, it was projected to have earned $13 million domestically in its opening weekend - which would have ranked it amongst the top grossing horror films of its decade.
Linnea Quigley (Suzanne) and special effects artist Steve Johnson met when she came in to get the mold for her fake breasts done. They were later married.
Produced for a very modest $1.2 million, the film racked up outrageously large grosses in its limited release. Debuting in Detroit, it hit New York City at Thanksgiving and earned $3.109m, holding screens until the end of the year.
Linnea Quigley had to come in and practice eye-gouging.
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Rating: 6.8 out of 10.0 - 74 votes cast total