Demon (2013) is a English movie. Rob Walker has directed this movie. Jasmine Waltz,Michael Placencia,Bill Houskeeper,Joel D. Wynkoop are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2013. Demon (2013) is considered one of the best Horror movie in India and around the world.
After being cleared in an internal investigation F.B.I. special agent Nicole Diaz is reinstated and sent back home to the town of Oro Negro to help solve several bizarre murders of two agents in Sarasota Fl. She's met with disdain by the local Sheriff, a good old boy who doesn't believe they are being taken seriously and is insulted they sent a woman. At first, it's thought the killings are random acts committed by smugglers or drug dealers that is, until the resident Tribal Ranger realizes the bodies have been drained of blood and suspects it is something more but his beliefs are dismissed. Soon after a mysterious woman and her aide appear during an autopsy and claim responsibility for creating the perfect killing machine. A creature designed specifically for desert warfare to be used by the military. However, it has escaped and they need help reacquiring it. Unsure who to believe or trust, Nicole assembles a team and they set out to capture it but bizarre events makes her second ...
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At present time on my profile I have 7595 ratings/reviews, it's sufficed to say that I'm a big movie fan. I'm not mainstream I watch everything from blockbusters to world cinema to indie films so obscure that half a dozen people worldwide have seen them and though I'd consider myself a harsh critic I don't judge a film by it's budget. I also very rarely give a movie a 1/10, if I do that it's to suggest that the film had nothing at all. Not one single redeeming feature, and that's quite an accomplishment and not something I see very often. If I made (And probably will) a bottom 100 movies ever then this would definitely be in there in fact it might well be in the bottom 10. What I'm saying is that it really is THAT bad. Telling the story of a mysterious creature that is killing off the locals and those hunting it each with their own agenda. Trouble is the movie is the absolute pits, everything looks awful, the sound is laughable and the film simply is one of the worst I've ever seen. The Good: One moment that's so stupid it's comedic The Bad: Some of the worst cinematography I've ever seen Ridiculous soundtrack Boom work so bad you can even hear the mic bashing into things Laughable editing Random filler shots Things I Learnt From This Movie: If working with a limited budget just put random filters, blur effects and shadowing over the movie it'll look great.....honest
This movie is so bad it becomes funny after a while ! First of all you can barely hear the dialog. I have a better microphone on my older cellphone! You get the feeling that most of the lines spoken by these 3rd rate actors is made up as they go along. The stereotype of the local sheriff is just plain bad. Apparently his department can't even afford a camera for evidence photos. No one has a cellphone w/ a camera ? As I said to my wife they must have blown their budget on matching uniform polo shirts. Not to mention the single barrel shotgun one deputy is carrying. Be ready for quite a few scenes of their trucks lower halves and tires rolling down the dirt roads. And many over long shots that seem to be designed just to lengthen the film. The editing sucks! You'll be asking yourself 'What the heck is going n here?' The main female FBI agent dresses like a trashy version of CSI Miami. Talk about LMEff@0 when the monster finally fully appears and it looks like a budget version of 'The Creature From the Black Lagoon' wearing camouflage pants ! All in all it's not a bad movie if you treat it AS a bad movie trying to be serious. Enjoy !
If you have ever wondered how many clichés one movie can contain, this movie may have set the record. The leading character, played by ex-Ryan Seacrest gf Jasmine Waltz, is an FBI agent who gets no respect in her male dominated workplace. Her latest assignment is to investigate the deaths of two border patrol cops down in a remote stretch of Florida swampland. The local sheriff's department has clearly never worked a major crime, since when our intrepid Fed shows up she finds that none of them thought to bring a camera to a crime scene! Two shady scientists claiming to be working on a secret project then arrive, and a monster hunt begins. There are no surprises here and no originality, just a recycling of every creature feature story device we all grew up with. The movie's way of saving money on monster effects: show the victims screaming and then shake the camera so vigorously that nothing can be clearly seen until after the creature attack has ended. Saw that before too. Jasmine herself is watchable as eye candy, and the movie succeeds as drive in level genre entertainment, assuming the viewers are drunk enough to be past the point of effective aesthetic judgement of its shortcomings. Other reviewers have remarked on the awful sound recording, and it is true that the dialogue is often drowned out by the wind or passing mosquitoes. This, however, given the uneven quality of the scripting, is not necessarily a bad thing.
Though I did not expect much from this movie, but it turned out to be a very surprising and scary movie. Nicole Diaz is an FBI officer assigned to inspect the suspicious murders in Sarasota, Florida. It appears that the blood from the dead bodies has been sucked out by an unusual animal. Nobody seems to know about such an animal. As the hunt for this strange predator starts, more blood-drained dead bodies keep appearing. More people arrive on the crime scenes. These innocent looking people are not who they appear to be at first. Among all this confusion and distrust, Nicole Diaz has to find the predator before it hunts down more people. The movie maintains suspense and horror throughout, keeping you always on your toes. It has many surprising twists and turns that make you bite your nails with excitement.