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Night of the Demons [Blu-ray] [1988] [US Import]


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  • Format: Collector's Edition, Colour, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Shout Factory
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Feb 2014
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00GHH9IIA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 75,692 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. K. Arts TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 9 Mar 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
***** THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE SHOUT! (scream) FACTORY RELEASE OF NIGHT OF THE DEMONS!***********

Released to Blu-ray by Scream Factory around the same time as Kevin S. Tenny's other commercial horror hit WITCHBOARD, Night of the Demons is as far removed from that film as one can get. While Witchboard was a fairly sedate and serious horror with strong character development and human drama, Night of the Demons is a balls-to-the-wall horror comedy with plenty of gore, cartoonish characters and a scooby doo meets evil dead plot. Even viewers who might not have got on with witchboards more old fashioned sensibilities will find plenty to enjoy in this cult classic.

Angela is holding a party. Being a goth chick in a small town she needs it to be special so she holds it at Hull house, a lovely rural property that should have it's photo pinned up in dictionary's to illustrate the definition of 'ominous'. Hull house has all the typical dark history and built on cursed land back story that should really be a warning flag to partying teens to stay the hell away. However this is all perfect for Angela and a group of teens all head up for a Halloween night party of music, drink debauchery and demonic possession that are the hallmarks of any great cinematic teen party. Pretty soon the dwindling number of teens left alive and human must find a way to fight back against the houses demonic forces and survive the night.

While on paper Night of the Demons sounds very typical of eighties horror it does have enough fresh ideas to make it stand out from the crowd. It presents the classic teen archetypes that as horror fans you think you know. Then it throws enough twists and surprises into the mix that you soon realise its pretty difficult to guess who's going to get possessed/killed next.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Naomi_B on 31 July 2014
Format: Amazon Instant Video
Night of the Demons (1988) stands the test of time, much like Halloween and Friday the 13th still manage to bring in new fans, this version of Night of the Demons can do the same, it hasn't dated, it still supplies good horror and is far superior to remake, both in acting and gore stakes aswell as the odd scare tactic. The movie itself features a typical haunted house scenario but adds in plenty of twists, covers all the plot leaving no holes along the way and features characters you can root for. Great horror, must see cult for all fans of horror genre and one you can show to today's students and not have them wonder what kind of drug you were taking to enjoy it!
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By trmaxx on 18 Dec 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By vlc on 14 Dec 2014
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What moron wrote this crap?
Yank teens run about an old house for an hour.
oh how scary.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Night of the Demons (Collector's Edition) on 2-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo 30 Jan 2014
By MacheteJason - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
You get a Blu-ray and a DVD in this Shout! Factory release. Night of the Demons (1988) was directed by Kevin S. Tenney. This is the unrated cut of the movie. This collector's edition also comes with a new commentary and new interviews.

The following scenes included in the unrated version were cut from the theatrical release to earn an MPAA rating of "R" rather than an "X":
*The scene in which Angela bites off Stooge's tongue is a few seconds longer with a little bit more blood.
*When Suzanne gouges out Jay's eyes, the shot lingers slightly longer, exposing more gore.
*The close up shot of the razor blade ripping from the old man's throat is slightly extended with more gore.
*In the convenience store scene at the beginning of the unrated version, Linnea Quigley's character asks the two male clerks if they have "Sour Balls". In the R rated version, she simply walks past them, and out of the store.
*In the unrated version, the party scene is a little longer with more exposition.
*There are substantially more shots of Angela floating through the hallway.
*For reasons still unknown, the giant demon head that appears over Hull House at the end of the film has animated glowing red eyes in the unrated version, but does not in the R-rated theatrical cut.

Video Resolution/Codec: 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 | Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Audio Formats: English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Stereo, English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Subtitles/Captions: English SDH

Special Features:
NEW commentary with Director Kevin Tenney and actors Cathy Podewell, Hal Havins, Billy Gallo and FX artist Steve Johnson
NEW interviews with cast and crews including director Kevin Tenney, writer/producer Joe Augustyn and actress Linnea Quigley
Audio Commentary With Director Kevin Tenney, Executive Producer Walter Josten and Producer Jeff Geoffray
Promo Reels, Trailers, TV and Radio Spots; Still Galleries

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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
"Night of the Demons" Brings the Party Home on Blu-ray 21 Jan 2014
By ERSInk . com - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
Scream Factory is extremely efficient at their job of releasing and cleaning up many of the lost genre gems of the 1980s and 1990s. I'm beginning to have a hard time introducing each new Blu-ray or DVD versions of the movies they save from obscurity. It's now time for "Night of the Demons" to make its high definition debut.

Weirdo party girl Angela (Amelia Kinkade) invites a group of school friends to a Halloween party at the secluded Hull House. It's the perfect place to host the get-together, considering it was once a funeral home with a mysterious past rooted in the occult. It doesn't take long before the good times go bad, as each attendee becomes possessed by demons or killed by them.

I remember seeing "Night of the Demons" back in the early 1990s and thinking it was absolutely awful in every way. I thought the acting was bad. I thought the special effects were unbelievably cheesy. Watching it again now, I realized that the acting really WAS bad… really bad. However, I would categorize it as "so bad, it's good." I was completely wrong about the special effects. Every severed limb and gory sequence is handled with care and efficiency.

It's safe to say "Night of the Demons" has probably never looked or sounded so great. The hi-def conversion didn't take any of the 1980s "real film" flavor out of the viewing experience. The clean picture makes sure that every spurt of blood is as bright as it should be. The audio upgrade surrounds the audience in all the blood-curdling screams and squishy gross-out sound effects you can think of.

The Scream Factory Collector's Edition of "Night of the Demons" is unrated and claims to have more gore and violence. There certainly is a lot of blood dripping and oozing out of people. There's also some full-frontal nudity and these characters curse like sailors. It's pretty standard stuff for a 1980s horror film.

The movie might have demons, but don't expect anything remotely theologically sound from a religious standpoint. That's not the point of "Night of the Demons." Nothing is to be taken seriously in this fun and entertaining grade-B flick. I guess you could say the message of the movie is don't conjure demons or mess with the occult.

As we've all come to expect, Scream Factory's Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack comes with some great bonus material. New commentary is provided by Director Kevin S. Tenney and actors Cathy Podewell, Hal Havins, Billy Gallo, and FX artist Steve Johnson. A second commentary track features Director Tenney, Executive Producer Walter Josten, and Producer Jeff Geoffray sharing their insights. New interviews with both the cast and crew include Director Tenney, Writer/Producer Joe Augustyn, actress Linnea Quigley, and others. A promo reel, video trailer, theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots, still galleries, and more are found as well.

Revisiting "Night of the Demons" for this special Collector's Edition made me appreciate it more than I did when I first saw it 20 years ago. It's a near-perfect example of schlock 1980s comedy/horror with parts that will have you laughing out loud. It also reminds the viewer how much fun movies were when there were practical effects versus everything being CGI the way it is today.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
VERY FUNNY 80'S HORROR/COMEDY MOVIE ON BLU-RAY UNRATED BY SCREAM FACTORY 15 Mar 2014
By Ben30 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
this film was originally released on Anchor bay dvd years over 10 years ago now
which only had a 14mins interview with Linniea quigly and an audio commentary

it's time to throw out the old Anchor bay release
and get this all new Scream factory blu-ray release
first of all the picture quality does look amazing in High Definition
with an all new 5.1 HD Master audio track, better than the Anchor bay dvd

2nd, there is all new making of Documentary of the film, goes for about 60mins
all in depth interviews with all the cast and crew from the film
Director Kevin Tenney, writer/producer Joe Augustyn
plus Linnea Quigley Cathy Podewell all the cast basically is interviewed
Steve Johnson is interviewed about his make up effects
plus a new Audio commentary with the Director and some of the Actors
which is not really a informative commentary, they mess around alot and Joke
about their experiences in the film
so i thought the commentary was pointless not worth listening to
but the Documentary is excellent
there is also a seperate interview with the Actress that plays Angela
there's still Galleries, Trailers, TV spots
plus i almost forgot this new blu-ray release is the UNRATED version
completely uncut with extra Blood and Gore and violence

so this new blu-ray from scream factory definitely is a collectors edition for sure
this release also comes with a dvd of the film which i didn't bother watching
i'm only interested in the blu-ray version
Definitely time for an upgrade and get this new blu-ray release by scream factory
and throw out the Anchor bay release
i gave it 5 star rating for sure
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A classic.. 23 Jun 2014
By Timothy S. Mcpherson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
This movie is one my favs since it came out. I saw it in the theater in 88'. Its a classic B horror. For any horror fans. This is a must in your collection. All the top and biggest horror movie collection is not complete with out this one. Trust me. But the fact it's on re-release on Blu-ray.. Finally and thank you.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful slice of eighties horror 30 Jan 2014
By DVD Verdict - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
I honestly hadn't seen Night of the Demons for about a decade when I sat down to watch this Blu-ray. Most of my memories of the film were from watching an old VHS copy, so this Collector's Edition Blu-ray from Shout! Factory was something of a revelation. The first thing I noticed was how much the film owes to classic horror tropes. When I first saw the film I didn't realize how much it was playing with expectations about teen movies. Of course the poster art explicitly calls out Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street, but the film itself is going for more classic teen archetypes, from the guy wearing the pig nose and being a jerk to the virginal girl and her Alice costume.

More importantly, this time I noticed just how different Night of the Demons is from its eighties counterparts. The film isn't a killfest from start to finish. Instead, we get almost half the running time before things really start to happen in terms of gore and kills. Though I wouldn't argue that the kids involved in this Halloween massacre are Shakespearean creations, they are a bit more delineated than the average slasher bait. That first half is crucial for establishing atmosphere, from the creepy Hull House to the weird dancing of Angela. Then, once things kick off, Night of the Demons makes a crucial decision that sets it above many of its contemporaries: rather than giving us a single bad guy to stalk each of the characters, multiple teens are possessed. This gives the final act a lot more momentum and sets it apart from the many hack-and-slash horror films of the era.

Night of the Demons (Blu-ray) proves even the most cultish of cult films can benefit from an excellent hi-def release. Things start with a beautiful 1.85:1/1080p AVC-encoded transfer. It seems to have been struck from a re-mastered print of the film, and even manages to best the decent DVD from ten years ago. This transfer maintains a brilliantly film-like look, with appropriate grain throughout. The numerous scenes in the near-dark of Hull House showcase solid black levels and good range between the shadows and full darkness. Perhaps the biggest complaint is that the image is sometimes a bit soft, but that seems like a fact of shooting rather than a problem with this transfer. No excessive sharpening or DNR seems to have been applied to compensate.

Fans get their choice of three DTS-HD tracks. The first is the film's original 2.0 stereo track. It sounds a bit dated, with a more limited dynamic range and directionality, but it's clean and clear. Next up is a 5.1 mix that adds a bit more directionality and sounds just a bit fuller. There's also a re-mastered stereo track that sounds like it might be a downmix of the 5.1 track. All three suffer a bit for being almost thirty years old. Dialogue, though, is generally clean and clear, and the synth-driven score sounds better than I've heard it before.

Extras, though, are where this release really shines. Things kick off with a pair of commentaries. The first is a vintage track from 2004 featuring director Kevin Tenney, producer Jeff Goeffray, and exec producer Walter Josten that covers a lot of ground, including the difficulty casting the film and wrangling a low budget. Then, we get a new commentary again featuring Tenney, along with effects guru Steve Johnson and stars Cathy Podewell, Billy Gallo, and Hal Havins. This track is a bit more anecdotal, but both are fun. Then, we get a 72-minute documentary that's brand new and goes into pretty much everything you could want to know about the making of Night of the Demons. All the major players show up for interviews, and there's plenty of footage to spice up their talking-heads. Mimi Kincade gets an extended 23-minute interview, which is nice for the star of the franchise. We also get a host of promo material, including a pair of trailers, a TV spot, a radio spot, and an EPK. Finally, there's a set of still galleries. Also in the set is a DVD copy of the film, and the liner notes are reversible.

Gordon Sullivan, DVD VERDICT

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