Night Of The Demons 2009 Trailer

2009 American film

Dark of the Demons

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Directed by Adam Gierasch
Screenplay by
  • Adam Gierasch
  • Jace Anderson
Based on Night of the Demons

past Joe Augustyn
Produced past
  • Greg McKay
  • Kevin S. Tenney
  • Michael Arata
  • Shannon Elizabeth
  • Monica Keena
  • Diora Baird
  • Michael Copon
  • Bobbi Sue Luther
  • John F. Beach
  • Edward Furlong
Cinematography Yaron Levy
Edited by Andrew Cohen, A.C.E.
Music by Joseph Bishara


Parallel Media

Distributed by Seven Arts International

Release dates

  • Baronial xxx, 2009 (2009-08-30)
  • October 15, 2010 (2010-10-fifteen)
    (United States)

Running time

93 minutes[1]
Country Usa
Language English
Budget $x meg
Box office $64,040[two]

Night of the Demons

is a 2009 American horror film and remake of the 1988 movie of the same proper noun. It was directed by Adam Gierasch,[three]
who as well co-wrote the screenplay with Jace Anderson, and stars Edward Furlong, Monica Keena, Bobbi Sue Luther, Shannon Elizabeth, Diora Baird, and Michael Copon.[iv]



The moving-picture show opens in 1925, with scenes of gore and demons. Evangeline Broussard is in love with a man named Louis who is into black magic. At an evening gathering i nighttime, Evangeline finds herself in a séance with demons who take been banished from Hell. If they get 7 man sacrifices, they can ascent once more and take over the human globe. Rather than permit that to happen, Evangeline prepares to hang herself from her balcony when she is stopped past a man trying to reassure her that he is truly Louis and that she shouldn’t hang herself. Evangeline calls him a liar, then jumps, hanging herself—and also causing her head to rip off and bounce down the stairs. Louis stares over the balcony…as his eyes switch to a demonic shade of orange.

Cut to nowadays day: a girl named Maddie goes to a party held by Angela Feld with her friends Lily and Suzanne. She realizes her ex-young man Colin is there, dealing drugs. Also there is Lily’southward ex-boyfriend Dex and his friend Jason. At the party, Angela prompts anybody to go wild, as she must make coin off the political party or she volition have to live on the streets. Lily and Dex eventually reunite, while Suzanne becomes incredibly drunk. Maddie goes to the toilet, only to have a paw take hold of her through the mirror. They pass it off every bit an elaborate trick placed past Angela.

Police force suspension upwardly the party. Panicked, Colin stuffs his drugs into a grate to hide it from the police force before leaving. Maddie, Lily, Dex and Jason leave with the rest, leaving an upset Angela alone in the house. After a while, the grouping returns, unable to find Suzanne, who is revealed to have passed out. Colin returns for his drugs and, with Angela, goes into the basement to find them. The pair notice a subconscious door, and Angela remarks that the house is total of hidden rooms, including a tunnel that leads to the next estate over. They enter the room and notice six skeletons. Angela surmises that the skeletons are the remains of the missing party guests of Evangeline Broussard.

One of the skeletons bites Angela’s manus, which causes her to feel woozy. Colin attempts to leave the house, only to discover that the gate is locked and can’t be opened. While anybody plans to wait the dark out, Suzanne details how Evangeline supposedly practiced blackness magic in the hopes that she would concenter the attention of Louis, only to have that magic become wrong. The simply person establish alive was the maid, who was institute scribbling spells on her walls, having been driven insane by the night’s events.

Angela slowly succumbs to the skeleton bite—and turns into a demon. She returns to the grouping, who partake in a game of spin the canteen. Angela infects Dex past kissing him. Lily angrily leads Dex into a nearby room, where the pair accept sex activity. Dex transforms into a demon and infects Lily. Angela so attempts to seduce the others while Maddie, Jason and Colin leave to find another exit just can’t. Angela successfully seduces Suzanne and then rips her breasts and face, turning her into a demon. Jason sees Lily pressing her lipstick into her breast, and then voiding information technology out through her vagina. He warns the others who do not believe him until a demonic Suzanne attacks them. They make up one’s mind to leave through the house’s escape tunnel. On their way, they arm themselves with a gun and a metal bar. They discover the tunnel has caved in before being attacked by Lily and Dex. They manage to fend off the demons but Jason is injured. The survivors run upstairs and tend to Jason’s injury. They realize that not only are they in the maid’s room but that the symbols remained on the walls. They discover that the demons are attempting to take over vii man hosts to exist freed upon the earth, having been thrown out of hell for trying to usurp Satan’southward dominion. The demons had tricked Evangeline into hosting the political party so they could take over the guests. The demons tin can’t take over a dead body, which is why Evangeline hung herself. They as well detect out that the demons don’t like rust, finding that they can use information technology as a weapon.

As the boys fall asleep, Angela taunts Maddie only is unable to enter the room due to the spells. The walls begin pouring with blood, washing off the spells. The trio attempt to re-describe the spells but are lured out of the room when the demons fake daylight in the windows. The demons assail them. Maddie and Colin blitz back to the room, while Jason is defenseless and disemboweled by Angela turning him into a demon.

As they plan to await in the room until sunrise, Colin falls through the rotten floorboards, falling many floors into the basement. Maddie climbs downwards a rope into the basement to help him, only he is now a demon. Maddie manages to get back to the maid’southward room and fights the demons. She makes her fashion to the balcony, where she ties a rope effectually her neck and jumps over, seemingly hanging herself. Equally the sun rises, the demons are killed. Maddie reveals that she merely pretended to hang herself, having tied the rope around her waist and the demons merely assumed that she was expressionless. Maddie is then able to exit through the gates to her liberty.



  • Shannon Elizabeth every bit Angela Feld
  • Monica Keena as Maddie Curtis
  • Diora Baird every bit Lily Thompson
  • Michael Copon as Dex Thrilby
  • Bobbi Sue Luther as Suzanne Reed
  • John F. Embankment equally Jason Rogers
  • Edward Furlong as Colin Levy
  • Tiffany Shepis as Diana
  • Jamie Harris as Nigel
  • Linnea Quigley (cameo) as Ballerina



Principal photography took place in New Orleans in October 2008. At that place are several differences between the original and the remake, with the most notable being the change in location as well every bit an updated plot. Linnea Quigley, who starred in the original film as Suzanne, has a cameo in this flick. The special effects and FX effects were created by Drac Studios.[6]



  1. “Night of the Demons” – 45 Grave
  2. “Ghastly Stomp” – Ghastly Ones
  3. “Boris Karloff” – The Barbarellatones
  4. “Aim for the Head” – Beast Characteristic
  5. “No Costume, No Candy” – The Swingin’ Neckbreakers
  6. “Incredible Two Headed Transplant” – Haunted Garage
  7. “The World Belongs to You” – The Death Riders
  8. “Bloodletting (The Vampire Song)” – Concrete Blonde
  9. “Claret, Brains & Rock ‘Northward’ Roll” – Zombie Girl
  10. “Code Blue” – T.S.O.L.
  11. “Legions of the Damned” – DeadbyDay
  12. “Gimme Gimme Bloodshed” – Midweek 13
  13. “Invasion of the Ball Snatchers” – Psycho Charger
  14. “Black Lung” – Frankenstein
  15. “Black No. i” – Blazon O Negative
  16. “Reckoning of the Soul Made Godless” – Goatwhore



The film originally premiered at the London FrightFest Film Festival in August 2009, with plans to release it in October of the same yr; all the same, afterwards news reports stated that the film would be pushed back for a tentative release date for September 23, 2010.[8]

In June 2010, it was announced that
Night of the Demons
would be released straight-to-DVD and Blu-ray on October 19, 2010 as opposed to a theatrical release.[9]
The film was released in 2010, containing extras such as an audio commentary with the film crew, a documentary about the making of the film, and a Comic-Con advent.



Critical reception has been mostly negative, with review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes rating the film at 35% “rotten” based upon 17 reviews.[10]

Dread Central gave a mixed review for the remake and gave it 3

blades out of 5, saying, “It’due south brash, loud and sexy only a few besides obvious flaws unfortunately knock the picture show down a peg. In the end information technology’south withal a fun ride…and certainly worth a watch on an evening when you lot’d rather undo the brain and sink a few drinks than deal with anything more than cerebral.”[11]
Fright Fest director and founder stated that the audience response in general was noted to be positive for the motion picture.[12]
The film was a box office bomb, grossing $64,000 against a $10 million budget.[2]



In June 2013, Tenney announced that plans were underway to create a sequel to the 2009 film, entitled “After Party.” Gierasch is not returning as managing director, and Anthony Hickox would instead exist directing the film.[xiii]
A Kickstarter entrada was launched with a goal of $250,000 only was unsuccessful.[14]

The projected plot for
After Party
was to center on the character of Diana, one of Angela’s former friends and associates, who would hold a party in the same mansion and get possessed by the at present-demonic Angela.[14]



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    British Lath of Picture Classification. September 8, 2010. Retrieved
    January xx,

  2. ^



    “Night of the Demons (2009) – International Box Office Results”.
    Box Office Mojo. Net Pic Database. Retrieved
    January 20,

  3. ^

    ‘Night of the Demons’ Director Talks Remakes”. Bloody Icky. March 15, 2009. Retrieved
    Oct nine,

  4. ^

    “Early on Synopsis For ‘Dark of the Demons’ Remake”. Bloody Disgusting. August 18, 2008. Retrieved
    October nine,

  5. ^

    “FrightFest UK Review: ‘Night of the Demons’!”. Bloody Icky. September 17, 2009. Retrieved
    October 9,

  6. ^

    “Drac Studios Louisiana Announces Its Beginning Project”. Dread Central. July 13, 2012. Retrieved
    October ix,

  7. ^

    “FX House Drac Studios to Produce Horror, Begins with ‘Dead in the Water’“. Encarmine Icky. Jan 15, 2010. Retrieved
    October ix,

  8. ^

    “Tentative Release Date for ‘Night of the Demons’ Remake”. Bloody Disgusting. March 12, 2010. Retrieved
    October ix,

  9. ^

    “Night of the Demons Remake Hitting Blu-ray and DVD in October”. Dread Central. October five, 2012. Retrieved
    October 9,

  10. ^

    “Night of the Demons (2010)”. Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved
    March 26,

  11. ^

    “Night of the Demons (2009)”. Dread Central. September 3, 2009. Retrieved
    October ix,

  12. ^

    “Seven Arts Screens ‘Nighttime of the Demons’ at London’south FILM4 FRIGHTFEST”. SAP. Retrieved
    October ix,

  13. ^

    Decker, Sean. “Sectional: Producer Kevin Tenney Talks Nighttime of the Demons: After-Party”. Dread Central. Retrieved
    Oct 8,

  14. ^



    “Night of the Demons: After-Party by Kevin Tenney”. Kickstarter. Retrieved
    October 8,

External links


  • Nighttime of the Demons
    at IMDb
  • Night of the Demons
    at Rotten Tomatoes