It's Halloween and Moviocrity brings you this surprise special episode that in no way was adapted from one of my own earlier print reviews. Today, we look at Kevin S. Tenney's brilliant cult classic, NIGHT OF THE DEMONS (1987). Co-starring Linnea Quigley and Amelia Kinkade (a.k.a. Mimi Kinkade), this is my pick for the best Halloween-themed film of all time? Why is that? You're going to have to watch the episode to find out.
While this uses clips from the film, this video is intended for the purposes of educationm commentary and criticism and as such is not subject to copyright.
courtesy Starz/Anchor Bay Entertainment and Shout! Factory
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