Demons Never Die [Blu-ray]
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Stylish teen slasher film Demons Never Die follows eight very different London students with one deadly secret: they have all made a pact to end their lives together. However, a mysterious masked killer emerges from the shadows to grant their death-wish in more terrifying fashion than they could ever have imagined. Misfit Archie (Robert Sheehan), model Samantha (Emma Rigby), wide-boy Kenny (Jason Maza), star pupil Ashleigh (Shanika Warren-Markland), conflicted Ricky (Jacob Anderson), goth-girl Jasmine (Jennie Jacques), and weakling James (Jack Doolan) are all battling their own private demons, from eating disorders to lost parents. But as a much deadlier assailant hunts them down one by one, their quest for death becomes a desperate fight for their lives. Can these friends survive long enough to discover what they have to live for? Or will their bleeding hearts be brutally slashed wide open?
A Fantastic Film --Rwd
A Hit... The Skins Audience Will Love It! --Bizarre
Slick, original with a great soundtrack --Front
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When Amber(Tulisa Contostavlos) apparently takes her own life, her friends aren't exactly suprised. They have all decided to end their lives as they feel the world has nothing to offer them, and they all have inner turmoils that blight their lives.
However, the deaths continue and it soon becomes apparent that someone has decided to assist them in their suicides. Can the police duo of Bates(Asley Walters) and Mason(Reggie Yates) find the murderer before he strikes again...
I really wanted to like this film. It's got a pretty cool premise, a young, talented cast and a great soundtrack. However, after a very promising opening half, it disintergrates into a series of bland, repetive kills and culminates in a baffling, nonsensical ending.
The characters of the students suffer as their potentially interesting background stories are related through a couple of soundbites and the occasional quip. Archie(Robert Sheehan) and Jasmine(Jennie Jacques) probably come out of it best, as their characters are at least given some depth. The comedy psycho Kenny grated as well, as he seemed to belong in another film. I would also question why most of the 'Suicide Club' suddenly decide halfway through the film that they love life after all and decide to renague on their pact. Surely inner demons are more difficult to overcome than that.
There are some compensations. Sheehan delivers a pretty good performance, the cinematography is excellent and although the ideas the film brings forward don't gel, at least it's trying to take the tired slasher genre to new places. I must metion the soundtrack again, as it's great with the highlight being a barnstorming theme tune by Dionne Bromfield.
Some Demons may never die, but they can disappoint. In the end, 'Demons Never Die' feels more like a 'why on Earth did they do it?' rather than a 'Whodunnit'. 3 out of 5, plenty of extras on the disc.
Enter two of London's seemingly most inept cops, who warn of copy cat suicides and that they are there for them. Despite a healthy mistrust of `the feds' they still get invited to the party- yeah right.
Then we get to find out why they are all so keen on meeting God early, one has mother murder issues, one is fat, one bulimic, one father issues, one an hereditary mental mum and one is not only black but also fancies....men! So death it is then, but plucky Archie (Robert Sheehan of `Killing Bono' fame where he sadly, failed to live up to the promise in the title) has a soft spot for head case potential candidate Jasmine (Jennie Jacques). As the big day gets closer they all start to find reasons to live, but just as they change their minds, someone has already decided to give them a hand.
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After a week goes by, the suicide club decides to disband as they have gotten over their teen problems and opt to live instead to the dismay of Kenny. The movie turns into a slasher who-dun-it, with everyone in the story carrying a knife.
I love Jennie Jacques. She was become the new "it" girl for me. I love any movie she is in. I enjoyed the film, but my main problem is that if you are going to have a who-dun-it, you really need to drop a clue from time to time about who the real killer is, as well as the head fake. This movie failed in one area. It also only developed two characters, Arch and Jasmine, which they did well, but I would have liked to of gotten to known some of the other characters with subsequent clues and head fakes. I guess you can only do so much in 90 minutes, which means they needed to cut characters (pun intended).
F-bombs, c-word, sex, near nudity- Jennie you tease.
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Probably the worst movie I have ever entertained on a thin white line of unreasonable enjoyment.Published 3 months ago by breadbag bandit