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Old 17th March 2014, 09:27 AM
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How can you possibly fail with this scene in HD?
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Old 17th March 2014, 10:29 AM
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How can you possibly fail with this scene in HD?
One of the bonuses to the more zoomed in widescreen version.
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Old 6th June 2016, 03:58 PM
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Been in love with this one ever since I was about 16, when my friends and I were having a sleepover and we sent one of the gang out to the video store to pick up THE EVIL DEAD. He wasn't a horror movie guy, the kind of fellow who probably wouldn't have known the difference between Michael Myers and Leatherface . . . we ragged on him mercilessly when he came back with NIGHT OF THE DEMONS instead of what we wanted.

What the hell. We paid for it. So we popped it in the ole' VCR . . .

. . . and we loved it. Nearly thirty years later, any time my friends and I get together, we're still quoting it to one another at every opportunity ("Stop looking at me!"), and we all own it on Bluray.

One of the 80s' best trashy horror flicks. So much fun!
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Been in love with this one ever since I was about 16, when my friends and I were having a sleepover and we sent one of the gang out to the video store to pick up THE EVIL DEAD. He wasn't a horror movie guy, the kind of fellow who probably wouldn't have known the difference between Michael Myers and Leatherface . . . we ragged on him mercilessly when he came back with NIGHT OF THE DEMONS instead of what we wanted.

What the hell. We paid for it. So we popped it in the ole' VCR . . .

. . . and we loved it. Nearly thirty years later, any time my friends and I get together, we're still quoting it to one another at every opportunity ("Stop looking at me!"), and we all own it on Bluray.

One of the 80s' best trashy horror flicks. So much fun!
It's a regular viewing around Halloween for me. I've never seen the second film but Demon House isn't bad either.
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Old 23rd June 2016, 01:24 AM
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It's a regular viewing around Halloween for me. I've never seen the second film but Demon House isn't bad either.
The second film is absolutely fantastic. It's my favorite of the trilogy. It combines all of the fun from the first with the bizarre subgenre of nunsploitation.
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The second film is absolutely fantastic. It's my favorite of the trilogy. It combines all of the fun from the first with the bizarre subgenre of nunsploitation.
It certainly sounds interesting.
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Old 23rd June 2016, 10:51 AM
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I need to give this a re-watch, as itís a good time 80ís horror movie. Iíve never got around to the two sequels although I do have 2. I had the misfortune of seeing the remake for the first time not so long ago.
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Old 23rd June 2016, 12:47 PM
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Sister kicks it old school.
Someone made this video taking all of the best nun clips from the second movie. It's really worth a watch.
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