The Demoniacs 1999 Horror Movie Review
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Director Jean Rollin at his most delirious, sadistic and dubious. A band of brutal shipwreckers rape and murder two young girls, only to find them re-emerging as spectres after having made a pact with the devil. “The Demoniacs,” Rollin’s sixth horror feature, is considered by many to be his most expressionistic film to date.
About The Demoniacs (1999)
Joëlle Coeur, John Rico, Willy Braque, Paul Bisciglia, Lieva Lone,
Rating: 2 / 5 stars from 20 users.
82 minutesDirector: Jean Rollin,
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