By Gravedigger Glen
Ah, Italy. It’s one of the greatest countries in the world for horror movies. And today, as I have the honor of being a guest reviewer here at Stigmatophilia, I decided to take the Italian route with Demons, which was produced/co-written by Dario Argento and directed by Lamberto Bava. It was released in 1985, which in my opinion is one of the greatest decades for horror. But great countries and great decades aside, does Demons have what it takes to also be great? Well, let me tell you all about it.
The movie begins with one of the main characters named Cheryl who, not long after getting off a train, has a run in with a strange man in a mask (this stranger just happens to be played by none other than Michele Soavi, who would go on to direct such movies as
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