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Demons 2 - The Nightmare Returns: Director's Cut [DVD] [1987]

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  • Actors: David Edwin Knight, Nancy Brilli, Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni, Bobby Rhodes, Asia Argento
  • Directors: Lamberto Bava
  • Writers: Lamberto Bava, Dario Argento, Dardano Sacchetti, Franco Ferrini
  • Producers: Dario Argento, Ferdinando Caputo
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Platinum
  • DVD Release Date: 3 Sept. 2001
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004SX6D
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,246 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The demons are back, spreading through the television screens of a modern apartment building, turning the residents into fanged, clawed monsters. The exits are sealed, the power has been cut off, and the number of human survivors grows smaller with every passing minute.... This is director Lamberto Bava's own cut of the sequel to the popular 1985 Italian horror hit.

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By A Customer on 4 Jun. 2000
Format: DVD
Although not as memorable a film as the first Demons, this is still a must for fans of Italian horror, not least because the film is superbly presented in widescreen and surround sound. Fans who have the old rental VHS version may remember a dialogue scene in which the soundtrack goes out of sync - this has been sorted out on the new print. Like the Demons DVD, the extras include commentary from director Lamberto Bava and behind-the-scenes footage of Dario Argento and his movies. The Demons 2 DVD also includes a short (15 min.)suspense film made for Italian TV by Bava and Argento in 1987 - surprisingly this isn't mentioned on the DVD's cover. Like the UK Demons DVD, you should be pleasantly surprised with this unheralded release.
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Although I enjoyed 'Demons 2', I didn't think it was a patch on 'Demons', maybe it was a case of feeling that I'd seen it all before, I'm not sure.
It starts with a clever plot of various people watching a film on TV about the events in 'Demons' before one of the fictional demons lurches through the TV screen and gets stuck into a bit of savagery, it's a domino effect from then on in through the apartment block as neighbours, kids and even the pet dog gets a dose of the demons.
Although you don't need to see 'Demons' to get this, I'd recommend you do because it's the better of the two films.
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This film is AWFUL in Sound quality and i mean VERY BAD. the picture quality is so so. the film was Good in 1987 on VHS but unfortunately the transfer has spoiled it hence i have exchanged in at CEX store thats how bad the DVD of this film is AVOID
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Ah, here we have a true classic. Think the zombies in 28 Days Later were tough? Well, these zombies (or "demons," they're basically the same in principle) can not only run fast but also are suddenly transformed in to trained gymnists upon being infected who are capable of somersaults and aerial acrobatics, as well as having acid blood (!) and being nigh on impossible to kill. I watched, glued to my chair, as one demon first survived an explosion and a fall from a height, then was beaten and impaled with a metal pole, and then finally came back again one last time to terrorise our heroes. I fully expected this demon to then get up again and need to be put through a grinder or trash compactor to finish it off once and for all -and even then I wouldn't be sure if it was really dead or just faking it. And that was just one demon!

The dubbing in this is pretty abominable from memory and the voice over on the tv sequence was cheesy, but given the cool effects and aggressive nature of the demons I'm willing to forgive just about anything that goes on in this film. There is one particularly cool scene where the demons eyes were lit up and glowing in the dark -you just don't get quality film making like that any more! And did I mention how tough the demons are -I was kept on the edge of my seat, teeth chattering, as two demons were run over by a car three times (3) -that's not a misprint, it really was three -and finally being squashed in to a wall before they would stay down. I wish every move was like this.

If you haven't seen it then you've got to get a copy of this movie. It's fast paced, has lots of jump-worthy moments and best of all it's violent. It's pure entertainment all the way through.
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This is rather like the thrash metal of horror films.

The soundtrack is truly appalling - it goes from barely audible to just audible, with dialogue hardly discernable. Sometimes the picture flickers so you assume it has been transferred from a VHS tape.

I guess the story revolves around a birthday party for a young woman held in high-rise apartment. Quite why she shuts herself away to watch a horror film on TV when her pals are partying in the next room is confusing. Anyway, the demon who enters her life (via the TV screen) and her own transformation into a maleviolent creature are suitably horrible.

There are periods in the film where little happens and should have been edited out. For example, one of the party guests is left standing outside and we see too much of him doing nothing.

Another major let-down with the film is the ridiculous and childish creature that erupts from a demonized child. It looks like it is straight from the Gremlins films and ends up in some unfunny chase in a sequence that had me thinking of a Laurel & Hardy film. If only it was of that quality.

As for the extras, I could not find any commentry but there is a short film that is more interesting than the main feature. It ends suddenly so I guess its a taster - but there is nothing to explain its inclusion.

I saw Demons 20 years ago and remember it being better than "2" - like the other reviews here suggest it is.
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A group of tenants become trapped in a 10 story high rise appartment after a 16 year old girl becomes infected by a demon who has come out of her telivision and goes on a rampage killing everyone she comes incontact with and infecting them as she goes on.

From what I can tell this film is set about a month or so after the incidents of the first movie. As with the first film this is plagued with horrible dubbing and terrible acting but that is what makes these films all the more amusing.

There were a few good scenes (most notable the battle between the humans and the demons in the garage) and there are also some very bad ones (were the lead actress is attacked by a tiny demon that looks vertually exactly the same as something from the movie 'The Gremlins').

Director Lamberto Bava mainly focuses on the action aspect of the film and not the story but that doesnt really matter as atleast he keeps things moving at a fast pace. Bobby Rhodes who plays the Hank the Gym instructor also starred as the Pimp in the first Demons film and look out for Lino Salemme who starred as one of the gang members in the previous film, this time playing a security guard.

Overall if you liked the first film then you will love this one, it has great makeup effects and alot of gore if you didnt like the first one then stay well clear of this!
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