Lamberto Bava’s Splatter Masterpiece: Demons (1985)
Join me, Mike Bracken aka The Horror Geek, as we breakdown Lamberto Bava’s 1985 splatter classic, Demons.
When a group of people are given passes to a free movie screening by a man in a mysterious mask, all hell breaks loose. Trapped inside the theater with a horde of flesh eating demons, it’s a fight for survival as the survivors are picked off and turned into Hell’s minions.
Filled with splattery FX, a soundtrack filled with a mixture of American metal and original compositions from Goblin member Caludio Simonetti, and an ending that has to be seen to be believed, Demons has become a bonafide cult classic. Don’t miss this one!
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I’m Mike Bracken. I was The Horror Geek on Comedy Central’s pop culture game show Beat the Geeks, and have been a professional film and videogame critic for 20 years. You may have seen my work at IGN, Fandango, Cinematical, Movies.com, Cinemablend, Engadget, or about a million other places, but now I’m on Youtube.
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