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Doesn't hold a candle to the original, of course, but none of the change upos that were decided on for this remake really hurt it too badly. The location's changed, most of the characters, but it's still a night, and there's still demons. Better that Night of the Demons III at least.
It's a very well done remake of a cult classic but lacks the fun of the original.
If Edward Furlong would have lived and or been the anti hero I would have slow clapped but instead this movie just kind of shit out it's ending half-asse'd. wasn't impressed overall with the ending
this movie is ok not a bad remake but good fun
Campy supernatural horror (doesn't even sound right) taking place on Halloween night in a mansion infested with demons for 85 years. However, since it has been abandoned that entire time, no one knows the demons are waiting... Decent looking chicks and geeky guys, and a weight-heavy Edward Furlong dealing drugs, get trapped on the grounds after the police raid the party. The demons begin the frivolity. Okay effects and acting. In my mind, camp and supernatural horror should not be mixed.
A great remake of a great horror film.
An okay remake of the 80's classic.
Night of the Demons is both appropriately brain-dead and stupidly entertaining. Gore fans and fuck fans, alike, should find something here.
Fun to watch one time, but falls way short of the original.
A very good remake for those fans of the original . plus Monica keena and Edward furlong make a great team in this reimagining of Kevin Tenney's horror classic