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She-Demons of the Black Sun

Canada 2006
produced by
Sv Bell (executive), Zachary Parks (executive) for SVBI Films
directed by Sv Bell
starring Isabelle Stephen, Jan Pivon, Melantha Blackthorne, Michael Brunet, Suzi Lorraine, Kerri Taylor, Marie-Claire Benoît, Penelope Jolicoeur, Dan Veilleux, Costa Alexandrakis, Ivan Judd, Vicky Coupal, Kitty daly, David Nadezhdin, Mixxt, Jennifer-Jane Chapman, Luc Bernier, Olivier de Maisonneuve, Chantal Petrin
screenplay by Robbie Ribspreader, based on an idea by Sv Bell, music by Max England, Jean-Francois Mayer, makeup effects by Olivier Xavier, Claude Bussieres/Texa FX Group

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Isabelle (Isabelle Stephen) is an exchange student from Sweden who wants nothing more than to have a little fun when she's picked up by Big Dan (Jan Pivon), but her definition of fun and Dan's differ considerably, because before long, he has her drugged, then he and his mates (Dan Veilleux, Costa Alexandrakis, Ivan Judd) gangrape her and finally just throw her out into the streets, just like a piece of dead meat.

Thanks to the kindness of strangers, Isabelle finds herself in her bed the next day, but slowly it dawns upon her what happened the other day. She goes to Big Dan's bar to confront him and at least get an apology out of him, but he only ridicules her ... bad move, because now she wants revenge, and while Isabelle herself might only be a weak girl, she has some dark powers that soon enough put her in touch with the devil (Melantha Blackthorne), who sends her four she-demons (Suzi Lorraine, Kerri Taylor, Marie-Claire Benoît, Penelope Jolicoeur) to help her lure her tormentors to her dungeon where she can torture them in various bloody ways and kill them (she even goes so far as to rape Big Dan in a scene that defies deescription). Thing is, after she has fulfilled her revenge, the Devil wants more souls, otherwise Isabelle will be sent to hell for all eternity ...

Eventually, Isabelle finds herself in a strait jacket, relating her story to a psychiatrist (Michael Brunet), but her dark powers ultimately help her to put the psychiatrist into the strait jacket ...


The basic premise of this film might be less than innovative, but it is told with a certain degree of macabre irony. Plus, every time teh film seems to fall prey to genre clichés, the script takes a turn towards the unexpected, like the sudden inclusion of the supernatural or the whole psychiatrist subplot, giving a whole new direction to a basic rape-and-revenge story. Add to this the well-paced direction that expertly balances shocks and storytelling and you've got a pretty fine movie.


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review © by Mike Haberfelner


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