Tales From Crypt: Demon Knight (1995) Horror Movie Review
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Director Ernest Dickerson injects a hearty dose of dark humor in this stylish comic-book horror tale. Based on the campy cable horror series (which was inspired by the 1950s E.C. comic book series of the same name), this tight, modestly budgeted little thriller stars William Sadler as an intense stranger who arrives at a run-down boarding house in flight from the Collector (a cocky, droll Billy Zane). The Collector is after an item in the stranger’s possession, which turns out to be a holy relic, and when his efforts end in failure he explodes in a demonic fury that reveals his evil origins, laying siege to the house with an army of zombies and infiltrating the minds of each the boarders with insidious fantasies. It’s a seedy Grand Hotel by way of The Exorcist, cooked up with plenty of gore and a smattering of sex, and served with dry wit. Dickerson effectively balances the horror and the humor, maintaining a surprising intensity and an unforced mythic dimension within lurid B-movie conventions. —Sean Axmaker
Synopsis:A man on the run is hunted by a demon known as the Collector.
About Tales From Crypt: Demon Knight (1995)
Starring: Dick Miller, John Kassir, William Sadler, CCH Pounder, Billy Zane, John Schuck, Tim De Zarn, Gary Farmer, Thomas Haden Church, Charles Fleischer, Peggy Trentini, Veronica Culver, Tina Hollimon, Elaine del Valle, Mim Parker, Ryan O'Donohue, Dale Swann, Jada Pinkett Smith, Mark D. Kennerly, Brenda Bakke, Kathy Barbour, Tina New, Sherrie Rose, Tony Salome, Ken Baldwin, Chasey Lain, Reda Beebe, Te-See Bender, Traci Bingham, Ponti Butler
Runtime: 92 minutes
Director: Ernest R. Dickerson
MPAA Rating: R
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