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She-Demons of the Black Sun (2006)

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"When foreign student Isabelle met club owner Big Dan, she couldn't possibly know the man and his friends had some special plans for her. Using the love drug, the guys took what they needed, and now Isabelle sets out for a terrible revenge, with the help of Lucifer and her unnameable - and sexy - creatures of the Night..."

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Review Date: 23 August 2006 My Rating: out of 5


Sv Bell returns with his latest indie horror effort and itís a refreshing tale of revenge.

Isabelle Stephen stars as Isabelle, a foreign student who is gang raped after her new friends spike her drink in a club called The Black Sun. It soon transpires that the bar staff have done this before and have been getting away with it. The biggest mistake the guys made was doing it to a student of the black arts. Isabelle soon calls on the vengeful She Demons and exacts her bloody revenge in all manner of grisly ways.

The film looks good for a low budget indie flick, which canít have been easy as there are lots of scenes shot in the club, and I can only imagine the lighting headaches.

The cast are all familiar on the indie scene and do great jobs, and it was nice to see a low budget movie with clear vision and audible audio.

The film is a tad slow in places but it was really refreshing compared to most of the crap Iíve seen lately and it was truly inventive with its death scenes, with one variation on rape in particular springing to mind.

Sv Bell has done Canadian horror fans proud. I just wish there was more of this kind of filmmaking going on in the indie scene.

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