• R, 1 hr. 30 min.
  • Horror
  • Directed By:
    Jim Kaufman
    In Theaters:
    May 1, 1997 Wide
    On DVD:
    Oct 7, 1997

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Night of the Demons III (Demon House) Reviews

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Phil H

Super Reviewer

December 3, 2010
Last entry in this average horror franchise that was spawned from a cheap n cheesy 80's flick, and again its not too bad as a throw away piece of trashy horror.

The plot is pretty much the same spiel as before accept the teen fodder on offer this time are minor criminals (by mistake and spur of the moment madness) on the run that swear a lot and are actually reasonably engaging, which is surprising.

There is a lot of sexy groping and kissing going on throughout (horror flicks need cheap dirty thrills like that you see) accompanied by amusing terror and 'dangerous' acting, if you can call it that. But all in all its still fun and like its previous offerings it has some great makeup and gore effects which do shine through the regular crud.

If you like slashy bloody horror flicks then this trilogy is great and much better than you would expect I'm sure. This is about on par with the sequel and probably better than the original because of the good effects. Although the actual horror aspect has slightly drained away which seems to happen with these sequels. As time passes from the original people realise this stuff is actually daft so the films become more like parodies of themselves but maintain the gruesome effects.
TheDudeLebowski65
TheDudeLebowski65

Super Reviewer

November 16, 2010
Third entry in The Night of the Demons franchise is a flawed but still very enjoyable horror flick. The elements that made the first two films great are here, but are a tad watered down. The result is an average but enjoyable Horror flick which is more tongue in cheek than actually horrifying. Despite this, the film does manage to scare just enough for you to have a good time. But by no means is this better than the first film, which was brilliantly directed by director Kevin S. Tenney. This film is cheesy, comical and fun. I don't think that this is a bad third entry at all. But compared to the first two, of course it's disappointing. But fans of the first film might not be that disappointed because this is still a fairly well done sequel. The cast are decent at best, considering that this is a direct to video sequel. The film still has plenty of blood for the gore fans out there, and the film does have great moments, but as a third entry in this franchise, this is a bit of a disappointment. But by no means is this a bad film, but if you watch this, you should realize that it doesn't beat the original. The film follows essentially the same formula, but surrounds a bunch of criminals hiding out in the funeral home. This is a good enough third entry, but like I've said a bit disappointing. However this is still a fun film to watch. Amelia Kinkade of course returns as Angela, and she is just as great as ever. I also felt that there was a more tongue in cheek feel to this film than the first two in the series. The film tended to rely more on comedy than horror at times, and it did feel like the filmmakers lost track of what they were doing. But then Night of the Demons is a Horror Comedy, but for this entry they tended to push the comedic elements a little harder than the previous entries. Despite the flaws, Night of the Demons 3 is still a very entertaining film and is still a good viewing.
HorrorMovieCinema
July 7, 2008
very disapointing but the first one was the best and the second was ok but the third was ehhh not that gd but it was ok and its was about
: A group of young criminals accidentally shoot a police officer. To avoid being arrested they hide out in an abandoned house. When they realize that the house is haunted, they start to wish that they had turned themselves in when they had a chance.
and i thought amelia kinkade did great
in all of night of the deomn moives and it was a great horror moive=]...
flynnparadox
August 21, 2007
Cheesy, fun horror flick that is so close to being great that it's almost a shame. What we have here is a fairly good script for a horror film (written by Kevin Tenney, director of the original Night of the Demons), good gore and some stylish camerawork but the film is let down by the production design (Hull House, the fearsome mansion from the original, has become what looks like a comfy bed & breakfast in Canada) and some weak performances from the cast. The two leads are boring (the guy, in particular, is extremely dull and doesn't know how to deliver any dialogue) and one or two of the other teenagers turn in unnatural, uninteresting performances. On the other hand, Amelia Kinkade is great, once again, as the demon Angela and Tara Slone (lead singer of the Canadian rock group Joydrop--although the band is now broken up) is spectacular as the slutty bad girl. Her boyfriend, played by Kristen Holden-Ried, is also good as the jerk of the group. All in all, a bit of a missed opportunity but it's all in good fun. If you're looking for a cheesy, mid-nineties, direct-to-video horror flick, you could do a lot worse...
May 30, 2007
This film is so crazy it's fun. This movie is cute and so are all three Night of the Demon films. They are great cheesy B flicks to watch with friends!
July 25, 2013
What was I expecting was all I kept thinking about.
Angela, you might have thrown a killer party (once) but every party since has been like Yahtzee night with the parents.
March 19, 2013
A bit of the same of the last sequel, but worthy of a peak. They obviously keep bringing Angela back, so it's worth it just for her.
February 4, 2012
Well this is defo the weakest in the trilogy but Angela rounding up her party guests & killing them in gruesom ways makes this film very enjoyable!
chris b.
February 26, 2011
angela is the only reason i watched the movie .
DC FIXX
December 6, 2010
A bit of the same of the last sequel, but worthy of a peak. They obviously keep bringing Angela back, so it's worth it just for her.
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