Night of the Special Effects
85 years after the events at the Broussard Mansion gave it infamous, Angela (Shannon Elizabeth) decides to throw the most decadent Halloween bash possible. And the part is in full swing till the police show up and shut the party down. But Angela and a few friends, including drug pusher Colin (Edward Furlong) end up trapped in the building for the night. But they are by no means alone as they find themselves having to deal with some body possessing demons.
Very attractive women, dressed sexy in leather cat outfits getting horny when possessed, then something graphic happens be it a lipstick which gets pushed into a breast to a possessed sex scene. But this is combined with some humour from a woman wearing cat make up doing it doggy style to Shannon Elizabeth getting sexual with a wine bottle. This is how "Night of the Demons" goes because after a scene which plays on a characters hotness we then get some make up/ CGI heavy horror.
Now depending on what you want from a horror movie, scratch that from any movie, will affect whether or not "Night of the Demons" is any good. For those who are only interested in face value entertainment will most likely enjoy the good looking women, vibrant horror make up and simple characters as well as that slight comic undercurrent which is present. But if you are the sort of movie fan who requires a decent story to drive things forwards then this is going to end up graphic nonsense with maybe the fact that Edward Furlong seems to be morphing to into Nigel Pivaro (aka Corries Terry Duckworth) being the most memorable part of the movie.
What this all boils down to is that "Night of the Demons" will entertain some people, those who need an attention grabbing look to entertain them but is going to do little for those who want storyline and character driven scares.