Having recently witnessed the horrific results of a top secret project to bring the dead back to life, a distraught youth performs the operation on his girlfriend after she's killed in a motorcycle accident.
James T. Callahan,
In the convenience store scene, a VHS of the first Night of the Demons (1988) is sitting on the shelves by the checkout counter. See more »
At the end, the flashing red light on the police car turns itself off as dawn breaks. See more »
Angela: Happy Halloween, Bitch!
Angela: I'm getting ready for Halloween.
Angela: You see that i can kill you at will. I can take your lives, but not your souls. Those must be given to me, by word or deed.
Angela: You're on the law... and it's time to pronounce sentence.
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Throughout the end credits sequence, phrases "I'll show you a hell of a time," "I'm so horny," and "AHHH!" can be heard. See more »
The international version of the film, released as "Demon House", has completely different music playing over both the start and end credits compared to the US release. See more »
On the night of Halloween, the hoodlums Vince (Kris Holdenreid), his vulgar girlfriend Lois (Tara Stone) and their friends Nick (Gregory Calpakis) and Reggie (Joel Gordon) are driving around in the van of Orson (Christian Tessierare). They see the cheerleader Holly (Stephanie Bauder) trying to fix her car and they offer a ride to Holly and her friend Abbie (Patricia Rodriguez).
They stop in a convenience store to buy beer and the clerk suspects of the group and points a shotgun to them but Vince takes the weapon and dominates the situation. But two police officers come to the place and Vince accidentally shots one of them when the clerk grabs his hair. The other policeman shots Reggie in the stomach, but they succeed to escape from the store. But the van is shot on the gas tank and Vince decides to stop the vehicle in the infamous Hull House, considered a cursed place, instead of taking Reggie to the hospital, using the shotgun to force Nick and the other teenagers to follow him. But the place is not abandoned and the demon Angela (Amelia Kinkade) meets them in an human form. Meanwhile, the officer was wearing bulletproof vest and was not wounded and the veteran Lieutenant Dewhurst (Vlasta Vrana) discovers that the clerk is lying after watching the surveillance tape. Dewhurst track them down while the group discovers the truth about the Hull House.
"Night of the Demons III" is flawed, but not as bad as indicates many reviews. I saw this movie for the first time on 24 February 2000 on VHS and I have just seen it again. The story has a poor development of the characters and it is difficult to understand why Nick hangs around with Vince, Lois and Orson. The fate of Abbie, Lieutenant Dewhurst and Reggie are not fair since they are not evil like Vince, Lois and Orson. But the movie entertains considering the budget. My vote is six.
Title (Brazil): "A Casa do Diabo" ("The Demon House")
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