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Demon Resurrection

USA 2008
produced by
Frank Cilla for Feature Resources Inc
directed by William Hopkins
starring Alexis Golightly, Damian Ladd, Laurie Miller, Bashir Solebo, Will McDonald, Joe Zaso, Stephanie Roy, Joe McClean, Eli Kranski, Chad Kessler, Amanda-Renee Knox (= Amanda Pennington), Caroline Adams, Edward Wheeler, Daniel Almekinder
written by William Hopkins, music by William Hopkins, Doug Fallon, Matt Gelfer, songs by Bill Graziano, makeup and special effects by Ashley Benatar, creatures by William Hopkins, Edward Wheeler, Frank Cilla, Steve Magalnick, Jerry Woods

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Nobody knows what's wrong with Grace (Alexis Golightly) when they come to her country home for her intervention, not even Kate (Laurie Miller), who organized the event. Everyone thinks it's about drugs, and the pitiful condition Grace is in hints at exactly that ... but she opens up to Kate about it eventually: She has been in a weird sect run by sinister cultleader Toth (Will McDonald), where she was drugged into submission, stripped, tied up and raped by ... something entirely not human. Apparently, she's pregnant now, too.

Grace's boyfriend John (Damian Ladd) meanwhile seems to be into all sorts of wacko spiritual stuff that freaks everybody else out - and then Toth arrives for the intervention as well, and he tries to win the others over to his side, but John manages to drive him out - and at first the others feel weirded out by this ... until Toth starts cursing John, when they realize there is something sinister about the man. Shortly thereafter, John dies from a heart attack, while nearby Toth raises a handful of demons who kill some of Grace's friends and put the house under siege. Grace meanwhile gives birth to something definitely not human, which she crushes upon sight ... upon which Toth orders his demons to attack Grace's house full force. Grace's friends freak out even more than they did before, and everything seems to be lost ... but one of them (Bashir Solebo) figures there are two things in their favour: Dead John and John's book of spells - even if it's a longshot ...


Demon Resurrection is a properly scary supernatural shocker very much in the tradition of Lucio Fulci's best zombie/demon-movies (Zombi 2, Gothic Trilogy), inasmuch as it combines atmospheric and deliberately slow-moving sequences with outbursts of explicit gore scenes, based on a pseudo-Lovecraftian plot about ancient demons and the like that doesn't always make a lot of sense but keeps moving at a steady enough pace to entertain nevertheless - and what worked back in Fulci's heyday still works today ... though to be quite exact, Demon Resurrection does not come across as a boring hommage movie but a rather fresh effort to give its audiences a good scare or two, backed by a decent cast and nice practical effects work.

Sure, the film might not be everyone's cup of tea, but genre fans with a touch of nostalgia will surely appreciate it.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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