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Demon Wind? You sure about that?
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« on: June 07, 1999, 12:42:36 PM »

Not seen the film, don't really want to either.  However, just one question, is this film really about a monster with flatulence problems?
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Squishy The Squid
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« Reply #1 on: July 10, 1999, 02:07:53 PM »

I gotcha Demon Wind right here, filmmakers. Two excellent points in the review: (1) how does junk like this and UNCLE SAM and JACK FROST wind up with a hologram box, which probably costs more than the movie did, and (2)why does Hollywood push the idea that gorgeous women always find geeks (and misshapen oafs like Homer Simpson)so irresistably attractive? Oh wait, I know the answer to that one...
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cdeason@nts-online.net
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« Reply #2 on: November 28, 1999, 04:24:08 AM »

Demon Wind was really an interesting film. It had stock characterization, plot, and film techniques for this particular genre. You really need to lighten up and use your imagination.  It was actually pretty scary if you think about it.
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Joseph Ulibas
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« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2000, 01:02:25 PM »

This is a perfect example of a horrible film that is rather entertaining.  Repeated viewings on cinemax from 90-94 made
my teen years interesting.  It's full of bad cliches such as
1.kicking zombie ass and saying you've beaten them before going inside for safety,2.)not listening to the old man who turns out to be satan's henchman,3.)Bringing your slave of a woman that leads to your own death,'Hey, that's why I bring her with me', 4.) expression on zombie's face when he nearly got to possess the hero's girlfriend, 5.) If you see a cabin with on wall and you peek through the front door and see and entire house inside, don't go in!!! 6.) Nintendo should sue the filmmakers for stealing their teleportation wind from Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros. 3.
The acting was bad, the dialogue was cheezy and the plot was hokey but it's a fun watch. Beware young yuppies, watch out
for the cream of mushroom soup!!
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Chris K.
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« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2000, 03:03:50 PM »

Rip-off of THE EVIL DEAD, people! EVIL DEAD is better than this stinky-piece-of-green-cheese flick. DEMON WIND is definatly full of wind alright. Avoid at all costs and see THE EVIL DEAD instead. Or just don't listen to me, be a dumbass, rent DEMON WIND, watch it, torture yourself silly, take it back to the video store, and discover that you have just wasted three bucks on a hopelessly bad film. And if you do that, go back to the video store, rent EVIL DEAD, watch it and get the crap scared out of you, take it back the next day and discover that EVIL DEAD was copied by DEMON WIND. But if you do listen to me, if you see DEMON WIND on the horror shelf hide it behind some other videos in the store. Trust me, you will be doing both me and everybody else a favor.
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bobby johnston
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« Reply #5 on: November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM »

I HAD THE PLEASURE OF WORKING IN THIS FILM WAY BACK IN 1989
I PLAYED THE CHARACTER OF "DELL". (BOBBY JOHNSTON).
WHAT PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE IS THAT THE FILM WAS MADE FOR
$300,000 . FOR THE BUDGET IT WAS PRETTY ENTERTAINING.
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Robert
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« Reply #6 on: June 30, 2001, 01:27:52 AM »

This movie was the dumbest thing I have ever seen. I feel 5% dumber having watched it. I suggest that everyone write the maker and tell him to throw himself off of a cliff.
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CrazedCURLYQ
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« Reply #7 on: November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM »

This was the most pointless, mindnumbing movie I've ever seen. I've never felt so drained after watching a movie. At this time I feel like running out in front of a large car...better yet, maybe a semi. The only good thing abuot the whole movie was watching it with my guy, who thank the lord, is not a victim of the movies mullet craze. PLease, if you have any integrity for yourself, call your local movie store and request it be taken off the shelves today...and as robert said, WRITE A NOTE TO THE PRODUCER..tell him he should lay off the dosia.
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Chris1
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« Reply #8 on: November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM »

I too made a mistake of renting this movie about ten years ago at my local supermarket. I think the cover put me in a trance just the way the covers of Uncle Sam and Jack Frost did two years ago. I think thats how they make us buy or rented this never shouldn't been made movies. It stinks for the begining to the end and somebody tell me why they have to killed off the hottest girl in the film the one in the black hair. She was the one with her boyfriend last couple to come and they killed her off in that stupic barn.
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Dreaveli
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« Reply #9 on: April 26, 2002, 07:23:05 PM »

This has got to be one of my favourite horror movies, one of the most underrated too. This movie scared the living s**t out of me as a kid, and that was pretty hard to do, considering I watched pretty much every other horror movie. What made this movie good was the plot, and the scenes. Sure, the acting was horrid, the sound was crap, the special effects were worse than Ghostbusters almost 6 years after it, but this film had a cool storyline. I almost died when I saw the Satan skeleton hanging in the barn.... as a kid I would be afraid when I was sent to my room, because I always thought if I turned around it would be there. Anyways, cool film, dont rate it too hard. This would make a good remake.
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Tim Andrade
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« Reply #10 on: November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM »

This movie kicked ass!I don't know what scared me more, the Demons monsters or the 80's style clothing, big hair and makeup.If you didnt like it chances are your from the nitendo generation and you never had to develop any kind of a real imagination. I wish that movies were still made as scary as this one.im
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StuartG
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« Reply #11 on: November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM »

Ok, so it's kind of an odd merging of 'The Evil Dead' and 'Night of the Living Dead', but this is one of the more entertaining late-eighties, low-budget horror films around.  Did it really cost only around $300,000?  If so, it looks pretty good for that amount of money.  I liked the air of forboding in the first half (helped immensely by the ominous music), and there were a few interesting touches, such as the egg that cracks open to reveal a writhing mass of maggots.

The girl on the windy plain pointing the stick at the van is also a striking image that has stayed with me.  Of course she isn't exactly human and the stick is an occult means to gain knowledge which she immediately imparts to the corrupt forces in the earth (implied by her pointing the end of the stick down at the rotted cow's skull with the worms on top).  I would have liked to have seen more of her.

I wasn't as thrilled with the second half of the movie, which became more or less a standard zombie flick.  And, yes, Corey did look like a bald elf!  Nevertheless this was still an enjoyable movie.  I liked it enough to buy the video.

StuartG
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sean
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« Reply #12 on: November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM »

I have seen Demon Wind three times now, and i can honestly say that i have never had more fun watching such a mind numbingly crappy movie since "the children of the evil dead" (no relation to sam raimi's brilliant evil dead movies). THis movie was so bad it was good! Rent it today!
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Jessica
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« Reply #13 on: November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM »

Demon Wind rocks. It is terribly good. It has been one of favorite "bad" movies for years. One of my favorite lines that I quote on a daily basis is, "Black blood on the walls!"

Lmao, I saw Bobby Johnston in a soft core porno on Cinemax.
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Blanca Quinonez
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« Reply #14 on: November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM »

I Think this movie is the most scarest movie i have ever seen.  the dirctor did a very very good job by making this movie.  Demon Wind is scaryer then the exciorst. All you other people who put down this move you do not know what scary movies are about. the demons in this movie are very very ugly and the devil's son is the most scaryest  and the most uglyest of them all.
I have nightmares about this movie.  If this movie was bast on a true story and I whent throw all of that stuff it would be my worst fear ever.  No horror movie comes close to how scary demon wind is I think so and my brother and sister think so.  This movie is scarer then night of the demoms.
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