Demon Slayer (2003)





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A handful of teenage delinquents discover that some places are just inherently evil in this frightful outing from director James Cotten. Sentenced by Juvenile Court to clean an abandoned mental asylum, it's not long before the hapless teens are falling prey to the malevolent demons that inhabit the creepy old building.
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Hanna Lee
as Claudia
Adam Huss
as Phillip
Michelle Acuna
as Alicia/Elodia
Robert Eaton
as Father Patricio
Joaquin Garrido
as Father Enrique
Layon Gray
as Mr. Cobb
Deitre Courchesne
as Judge Vickers
Gretchen Kammerer
as Brothel Girl
Colleen Butler
as Brothel Girl
Erica Cordova
as Brothel Girl
Heidi Abures
as Brothel Girl
Sarah Trost
as Brothel Girl
Lucy Howng
as Brothel Girl
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Audience Reviews for Demon Slayer

Wow. Just don't bother. If this is on, skip it. It's in my top ten worst of all time. I can't think of one reason to expose yourself to this crap. I feel like that part in Billy Madison, "anyone who just hear this is stupider for having heard it".

First Last
First Last

Demon Slayer Starring: Michelle Acuna, Adam Huss, Howard Williams Jr., Hannah Lee, Monique Deville, Layon Grey, and Robert Eaton Director: James Cotton Five juvenile delinquints (Acuna, Huss, Williams, Lee, and Deville) are sent to clean up an abandoned mental hospital as one last chance to "go straight." Naturally, the place is full of demons and restless souls, and our troop of bad actors portraying one-dimensional stereotypes are soon in predictable dire straights. I really don't mind unoriginality in horror movies. If I did, I would be giving lots and lots of [i]really[/i] low ratings. What I do mind are horror movies that don't bring anything new to the table while managing to do the retreads badly. I mind it even more when a badly executed film starts with an impossible premise--a group of juveniles who are left alone in a building that would properly be overhauled by a professional construction crew that would probably even need haz-mat licensing. (Oh... the film also features the lamest, most illogical "sexy chick takes a bath" scene I've ever seen.) And then there's the ultimate sin: The filmmakers either have so little faith in their abilities, or are so contemptable of their audience's intelligence that they feel the need to label their stereotypical characters at the outset, with titles like "Tyron: The Brotha". That labeling made me think that perhaps I was in for a horror spoof, but there was no such luck. Any comedy in this turkey is purely unintentional. Take it from me: You can spend your time better doing just about anything other than watching "Demon Slayer".

Steve Miller
Steve Miller

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