AFM: Night of the Demons Promo Trailer

Finally some video content out of AFM. My eyes were spinning from sales art and info sheets. A promo trailer for Adam Gierasch’s redux of the horror classic Night of the Demons (review here) has surfaced amidst all this madness, and we have got to admit … the flick is looking good!

The remake stars Diora Baird, Shannon Elizabeth, Monica Keena, Bobbi Sue Luther, John F. Beach, Michael Copon, Tiffany Shepis, and Edward Furlong. Dig it after the plot crunch courtesy of BD and tell us what you think below!

Angela Feld is throwing the Halloween party to end all Halloween parties at the infamous Broussard Mansion in New Orleans, where dark events transpired almost a century ago. But when the packed party gets busted by the police, Angela and her friends Maddie, Lily, Suzanne, Colin, Dex, and Jason are the only ones left behind. Soon Colin and Angela make a grisly discovery in the basement, and inexplicable events start to take place. With the mansion gates mysteriously locked, the seven find themselves trapped for the night…and soon they’re fighting ancient demons for their very souls.

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  • doubleh55

    Any reason why the video might not be working for me?

    • The Woman In Black

      Apparently the video we were linking to wasn’t quite finished yet, so it was taken down. Hopefully just temporarily.

  • Masked Slasher

    I just can’t picture this playing in theaters – despite everything that’s been said.

  • defender669

    looks like nothing’s sacred anymore. however, I do enjoy the copious amounts of hot ladies.

    • hegemon13

      There are certainly remakes that prove this to be true (Hellraiser, Nightmare on Elm Street), but “Night of the Demons”? Sacred? Really? It’s a fun movie, but it’s a very far cry from being a “sacred” classic. If this movie is what pushed you over the edge into outrage at remakes, I don’t know what to say. Hell, it’s already been effectively remade twice. The two sequels are cookie-cutter retreads of the original.