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Night of the Demons III
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Night of the Demons III (1997)

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"A group of young criminals accidentally shoot a police officer. To avoid being arrested they hide out in an abandoned house. When they realize that the house is haunted, they start to wish that they had turned themselves in when they had a chance."

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Review Date: 11 October 2005 My Rating: out of 5


This third film in the Night of the Demon's series sees a group of teens trapped in the infamous Hull House after an altercation at a gas station sees them forced into hiding from the cops.

Amelia Kinkade is back as Angela and has some great one liners here. It always makes me laugh when I watch one of these movies, as she was a dancer by trade so I always assume that part of her contract stated that there had to be a dance sequence in the film.

The cast which includes a Jason Patrick look-alike do fine and the film actually ends up being a lot of gory fun.

Although many fans argue that this feels like a totally unrelated film, I thought it was great fun and welcomed the witty quips from Angela, such as the moment she is blasted in the head with a shotgun only to apologise for being 'such a scatter brain lately' or my personal favourite, which sees former Joydrop frontwoman and recent Rock Star: INXS contestant Tara Sloane inform the gruesome hostess that one of the unwitting guests has turned into a demonic cat only to be answered with the hilarious 'so what you walking sperm receptacle, you're a snake'. Hahaha, how can you not love this shit?

It has to be said, in years gone by when I still had a life and horror did not consume my every waking hour, I actually saw this series in reverse order, so I guess that this one feels like the first film to me and that's why it's one of my favourite guilty pleasures.

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