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Demon Hunter

horror


In the final war between Heaven and Hell, pray he's on your side. When exorcism fails, the Church secretly sends for one man to finish the job: Jake Greyman.

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1 star

This movies was SO disappointing, especially because it held such promise. When I was watching this, all I could think about was how much better it could have been. The characters were wasted where there could have been depth, there was clumsy fighting where there could have been finesse, or at the very least graceful dialogue. I even found this film vaguely misogynistic, with none of the female characters having any internal merit. Plus I hated the main character. If this was remade by someone with a brain, I might be interested in that movie, but this one is a total failure.

- MidnightMadwoman, Sunday, July 15, 2007

3 stars

In my imaginative concoction of all the elements combined, my best description of this is: An Aaron Spelling presentation that steals elements of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (including the bad acting), with a pointless twist in the last 5 minutes, stretched out to 78 minutes, a droopy eyed 'sexy' succubus with a bad lisp from her fake fangs, and an epic 10 second scene of Billy Drago lying on a pair of pierced nipple pancake goth boobs.they can. After that, it's not a HORRIBLE movie per se (I happen to enjoy trainwrecks like this), but definitely something to only watch on TV. Although then the softcore porno parts are cut out. Ok, watch it on your netflix watch instantly like I did.

- bastet05, Thursday, October 30, 2008

1 star

Like Blade Runner but with the replicants replaced with demons... and it's shit. Pretty much a carbon copy of many other Zone Horror TV films. It has it's fun moments and you can really relish in the poor moments if you enjoy the sort of self harm watching as I. Some generic kung-fu fights, filthy ladies who get naked and a leather clad protagonist. Tries to address issues such as morality but fails. Poor dialogue distracts from a poor screenplay in general so there's no escape. Still I was certainly enthralled when the strangely attractive nun changed in the last ten minutes. Bizarre.

- kiriyamakazou, Saturday, March 22, 2008