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  • Actors: Larry Day, Amelia Kinkade, Kris Holden-Ried, Gregory Calpakis, Tara Slone
  • Directors: Jim Kaufman
  • Writers: Kevin Tenney
  • Producers: Claudio Castravelli, David Pollock, Eris Salvatori, Jean Guy Despres, Jeff Geoffray
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Ilc
  • DVD Release Date: 12 April 2005
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004I9OV
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,243 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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A group of teenage friends are out for laughs on Halloween night, but after a shooting incident, in which one of them is wounded and a cop is killed, they take refuge in foreboding Hull House. It is only then that they remember the house is supposedly possessed by demons, but they are still not suspicious when the mysterious Angela approaches them. She then turns the kids against each other, transforming them into gory demonic types along the way.


From the director of Nightmare Man (1999) and sundry episodes of Due South and The Outer Limits TV series comes Demon House, a schlocky horror flick re-titled to disguise the fact that it's actually Night of the Demons III. Here we see yet another visit by a group of stupid teenagers to a house wherein lies a doorway to Hell. Amelia Kinkade returns as evil hostess Angela, but that's all there is to link back to the previous two movies--they even use an entirely different house! As for the plot: it's Halloween and two girls with car trouble hitch a lift from a vanload of clichéd "kids" who accidentally hold up a Kwik-E-Mart. They hide in the out-of-bounds funeral parlour, Hull House, which--you'll never guess--has a history of mysterious murders. Then, in a surprising twist, they begin to be picked off one-by-one and transformed into a variety of demons. A race ensues to see who will survive until sun-up. The camera trickery is right out of Sam Raimi's vastly superior Evil Dead trilogy, while even the titillating nudity is dispensed with in the first few minutes. At least the CGI credits sequence is impressive.

On the DVD: Check out the extras: a trailer! 12 "interactive" chapters! 4:3 screen ratio! Plastic case! --Paul Tonks

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jack firestorm "jazz " on 29 Aug. 2007
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i would give this movie 5 stars for the opening sequence ,computer graphics of souls flying into demonhouse & the music is funky man ! a sheriff investigates spooky goings on at hull house,a former funeral parlour,its not haunted just possessed by a demon called angela & her ghouls.i love the line when he says ,"see this badge ,im the law "
she says"round here im the law & its time to pronounce sentence"his badge
is taken & thrown back slicing open his face.
a group of teenagers are on the way to a halloween party when they are
involved in a shoot out with the police ,thinking an officer is dead they
go into hiding into,youve guessed it ,the infamous hull house.
all through the film a detective is persuing them to tell them the cop is
angela welcomes them to hull house ,then the killing starts ! a girl is
changed into a cat ,angela sucks bullets out of a gun & a girls hand becomes a snake!
the movie is full of one-liners but it works ,great fun,check out "night of the demons" the original film & you will see angela the goth before she
became a demon,there also "angelas revenge" no 2 ,come on kevin.s. tenney
demonhouse 4 ? love it..............!
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mark on 10 Jan. 2001
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The formula is not new: mis-matched teenagers, fear and loathing, demonspawn, and so on and so on. There are certain little nuances however, that make this particular re-hash intriguing. Not unlike one of those old B-movies you might see that is so awful you can't help laughing.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Horror on 25 Oct. 2012
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This film is pretty good for a low budget movie if your a fan of the demons movies then defiantly check this out
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Owen on 15 May 2006
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I remeber first seeing this tripe on the sci-fi channel...1998 maybe? Anyway, the acting is dire, direction poor and even with the obligatory nudity, it doesn't even warrant 1 star! It kinda leaves me wondering who the hell would have provided money to make this! Still, at least they changed the name instead of calling it "Night of the demons 3". Poor!
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful
Third Time Around Not As Charming... 13 Nov. 2005
By M. Jarrett - Published on
NIGHT OF THE DEMONS was a very entertaining little shocker. The sequel to it lacked some punch, and seemed more geared towards sex than anything to do with demons. The third film, NIGHT OF THE DEMONS 3, lacks the power of the first film and the slight mix of humor, sex, and scares of the second film. While by no means a failure, NIGHT OF THE DEMONS 3 isn't as strong a flick, so you're going to be left disappointed but at the same time entertained. The same theme occurs here as a group of teens ends up in a house they should have never gone to in the first place, and after a shoot out at a convenience store, they hide out in this house and they're not only being pursued by law enforcement, but they're also being pursued by demons. The hijinks in this movie aren't as scary, and you're more apt to laugh than shriek. This movie definitely has some good moments in it, and Amelia Kinkade is still charming as Angela (she was better in the first and second). The ending was cheesy too, so you're more likely to shrug your shoulders after watching this very cheesy but still mildly entertaining movie.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A long way from the first 2 18 Feb. 2012
By TorridlyBoredShopper - Published on
(also released as Demon night)
A group of kids decide to go out on Halloween and party. While kicking it up and having a good time, they go from trying to pass a fake ID to accidentally "robbing" a store. After this goes horrible wrong, they run and end up - at Hull House.

I picked up the DVD not too long ago and watched it after watching the VHS edition. Talk about a big difference. not adjusting tracking is the best. So, if you have to have it or love it, replace it with this while it is around.

If you have not watched these, Night of the Demons 3 is the worst of the three by far. It not only loses a lot of the effects that made the first two get, it doesn't even use the same home. In fact, the house looks like some place just outside of suburbia. added to that are things that bother me a bit, like the fact that Angela is somewhat nice, that kissing passes the demons into people but sex does not, and what ever happened to the theme of seven people getting infected before the end of Halloween?

Granted, it is good to see Amelia Kinkade play Angela one more time. Even the choice of song for her to do a dance to in a sequel 9 years removed from the original makes me happy she was in it. Any flaws I would blame more on whoever wrote this than her. Also notable is Kris Holden-Reid, known for later roles like The Tutors, The Lost Girl, K-19, and droves of other films. He is the "bad" teen in the group and i love reviewing those early acting experiences.

All said, this is not just a sequel but a 3rd installation so i do not know what a person really expects. That said, the 1st and 2nd movie were great in a lot of ways, showcasing some nice effects and some rather bloody moments. I would only go this far if you really just like the series or need something to burn the midnight oil, or just want to reclaim that part of your youth.
I'm rounding it to 3/5 because it entertains me, but do not suggest it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Oh Angela!!! 7 April 1999
By A Customer - Published on
I've seen all 3 of Night of The Demons. This one takes some of the special affects in part one.The set however in this movie is diffrent from the first two movies.The house which is an abandoned funeral home is newer looking. Who gave Angela money to rebuild huh?! lol I agree that this is not worth 90.00 if you are a collector of horror films it's not worth it. I do have one question however...why do people in my area keep stealing the copy from my local video store?! I had to travel way out of my way just to rent the darned thing! sheesh.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great Halloween Treat ! 24 Nov. 2000
By Juscelino Liberato De Aquino - Published on
If you,like me,enjoyed Night of Demons pts.1 & 2,You'll certainly feel delighted to watch this third installment.It is a very interesting story with nice characters and fine special effects and a great beginning.I recommend this movie for those who like gore aplenty and great horror atmosphere.If you do not enjoy such stories,please don't watch it.The plot : On a Halloween night,a gang that roams around looking for fun,adventure and trouble end up paying (with their lives literally)Hull House a visit after having a rough fight (and shooting) with the clerk of a convenience store and two police officers who turn up there.They flee and head for that place because they believe one of the cops got deadly shot.Fearful of what might happen to them,they go to the abandoned / run-down funeral home where they stumble on the demons that are free and bloodthirsty just on Halloween night.There are violent deaths,sex,good tongue-in-cheek jokes.This movie is as good as parts 1 & 2.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
cheapo sequel 26 Sept. 2013
By ribcage - Published on
Night of the Demons 3, as you might expect, sees a severe drop in quality both in production budget and about everything else including enjoyment level.

The story follows a group of kids again, of course, and this time it's a group of kids who are on the run from the law after a shootout at a convenience store. Frantic and leaking gasoline, they stop their van at the Hull House and their night only gets worse from there.

Before I adjusted to how bonkers both the acting, dialogue, and direction were I was really loving how laughably bad it all was. I had a grin on my face for the first fifteen minutes, figuring I would have a sort of "so bad it's good" flick on my hands once the mayhem started.

The mayhem, however, was not very imaginative. There was also quite a bit of poorly realized CGI, although the practical effects weren't bad. The film's humor was badly written, definitely not as great as the first two films.

There was a cool scene where one of the character's arms becomes a snake and turns against them, so I give it credit for that moment.

Overall, genre fans will find bits and pieces to get a kick out of while watching it once, but replay value is going to be disappointingly low compared to the first two films.
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