Night of the Demons

Night of the Demons

Director: Kevin S. Tenney Cast: Lance Fenton, Cathy Podewell, Alvin Alexis

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Overview

A group of teens plan a Halloween party at an abandoned funeral parlor in this well-crafted horror film. The home is rumored to be haunted after the owner slaughtered his family and killed himself years before. The teens plan on scaring their classmates, unaware that demons from hell are released for a night of terror for bad behavior. One by one, the teens fall victim to the evil that dwells within the parlor. The audience is left guessing who, if anyone, will be alive the following morning. This fright feature is rife with references to other teen slasher flicks.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/23/2018
UPC: 0826663190786
Original Release: 1988
Source: Shout Factory
Region Code: A
Time: 1:30:00
Sales rank: 1,313

Special Features

New 4k Scan of the original uncut negative; Audio Commentary with Director Kevin S. Tenney, Executive Producer Walter Josten and Producer Jeff Geoffrey; Audio Commentary wiht Kevin S. Tenney, Special Make-Up Effects Creator Steve Johnson, and actors Cathy Podewell, Billy Gallo, and Hal Havins; "You're Invited: The Making Of Night Of The Demons"; Interview with actress Amelia Kinkade; "Allison Barron's Demon Memories"; Theatrical Trailer; TV Spots; Video Trailer; Still Galleries; Promo Reel

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lance Fenton Jay
Cathy Podewell Judy
Alvin Alexis Roger
Hal Havins Stooge
Amelia Kinkade Angela
Linnea Quigley Suzanne
Jill Terashita Fran
Allison Barron Helen
William Gallo Sal
Donnie Jeffcoat Billy
Philip Tanzini Max
Harold Ayer Old Man
Marie Denn Old Man's Wife
Karen Ericson Judy's Mother
James W. Quinn Clerk #1/Demon Voices
Clark Jarret Clerk #2

Technical Credits
Kevin S. Tenney Director
Ken Aichele Art Director
Joe Augustyn Producer,Screenwriter
David Lewis Cinematographer
Daniel Duncan Editor
Jeff Geoffray Producer
Bo Harwood Sound/Sound Designer
Steve Johnson Makeup,Makeup Special Effects
Walter Josten Executive Producer
Michael Josten Associate Producer
Dennis C. Lewiston Cinematographer
Sally Nicolav Set Decoration/Design
Patricia Bando Josten Associate Producer
Donna Reynolds Costumes/Costume Designer
Kelly Schroeder Asst. Director
John Michael Stewart Stunts
John Stewart Stunts
Dennis Michael Tenney Score Composer
Rene Torres Associate Producer

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Night of the Demons 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Night of the Demons has a great premise, but suffers from over the top bad line readings from a very green cast. But you won't much care about the acting once the titular demons start playing divide and conquer with the teens in their domain. The set up is that weird kid every high school has (Angela in this case) decides to throw a Halloween party in a notoriously haunted abandoned funeral parlor. As one does. She invites a small group of freaks and geeks and popular kids whose curiosity overcomes their common sense. Shenanigans commence. The atmosphere is very well done, and the choice to reveal the true nature of the setting by way of kids telling each other urban legends is way better than what you usually get in a supernatural horror movie. The makeup and effects are good. But you will snort with laughter in a few places where you were not meant to laugh.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie, by far, is the best horror movie i've ever seen. I am young, and this is the only scary movie that has ever scared me, Candyman or The Exorcist didn't even scare me like this movie has. The scariest parts in the film, are which the scenes, when she is floating in the hallway after one of the characters in the film. Amelia Kinkade did an amazing job as, portaying, Angela. This is a very exciting movie. The movie is entertaining all the way through. The end is tight. It's the tightest ending i've ever seen in a horror film in a long time. The two sequals are good, but not as good as the original. That is why I give this movie a 5/5 because of it's originality. I am young person so I enjoy this stuff. lol. This movie is tight and I recomend it to people who love horror films.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was about ten years old the first time I saw this film, and it scared me half to death. It has the perfect setting. On Halloween night, a group of teens decide to throw a party and hold a seance at an abandoned funeral parlor rumored to be haunted or worse, possessed by demons. It is a typical '80s horror flick. There's a certain memorable scene, in which I won't go into any detail about, involving a tube of lipstick, that has been tattooed on my brain for the rest of my life. Now that I'm an adult, this movie is not as scary anymore. In fact, it's kind of comical in a way. Watch out for Angela, the hostess of the party.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Night of the Demons is one of the best horror movies ever!!! It is the perfect 80's horror movie, it has blood, suspense, and horror. Night of the Demons is about a group of 10 teens, featuring, Linnea Quigley, Jill Terashita, Alvin Alexis, Cathy Podewell, and Billy Gallo, who are invited to Angela's"Amelia Kincaid" Halloween party at the supposedly haunted Hull House. Well as the night wears on the teens decide to hold a seance, and accidentally release a demonic spirit that possesses anyone. Now the teens must find a way out of Hull House, alive, before they become part of the dead party list...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago