This movie is sublime and its power is easily missed, as is evidenced by all the negative reviews.
Very low budget it still manages to be a spfx extravaganza. The stop motion is pretty primative and crude. But that is also the one of many charming qualities of the film.
Well thought out and acted, Equinox is for the forgiving only. A perfect example of a drive-in classic.
Well, the plot is thin at best, the character motivations are often unbelievable, and some of the developments they expect the audience to swallow stretch one's suspension of disbelief considerably. (The devil is deathly afraid of a couple of twigs tied together? Seriously?)
"Equinox" isn't a bad film; the people behind it obviously had a lot of heart. But I'm tempted to say their hearts were in the wrong place, given the lackluster story and less than stellar script.