Demonic
Demonic (2014)

When a hot-looking group of teenagers (led by Nicole Petty and Daniel Maclagen) loses their way in a mysterious forest, they unearth a bevy of wood nymphs who are as deadly as they are beautiful. Horror master Tom Savini makes a memorable… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Horror
Release Date: December 12, 2014
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Critic Score: 33% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
John Noonan
FILMINK (Australia)

Doing so much that's been done before, with little room left for anything truly original, Demonic is ultimately a flat experience.

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Katherine McLaughlin
The List

Despite the screenplay's crafty curve-balls there's still a distinct sense of déjà vu as each thread is drawn together, while an unconvincing police slip-up is inserted to help drag the story out.

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Rebeca Salas
En la butaca

There's no chemistry between Bello and Grillo, and that makes watching the movie a tedious task on it's own. [Full review in Spanish]

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Doc Charlie Oughton
Starburst

The Will Cannon-directed movie is a whodunit come haunted house caper come satanic stormer and despite these being familiar themes, the actors and editing ensure that it's a scream.

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Edgardo Reséndiz
Reforma

A typical case of a good idea gone wrong, the mix of genres feels forced and the rest of it are just cheap scares. [Full review in Spanish]

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Luis Fernando Galván
En Filme

Good on a technical level, but unoriginal and sometimes feels like a mix of genres that never really come together. [Full review in Spanish]

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Leslie Felperin
Guardian

A more than competent, fugue-like manipulation that freshens familiar components with a tricky structure.

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Eduardo Molina
Reforma

Very slow paced for a horror movie and even though it tries to be original it becomes boring and uneventful. [Full review in Spanish]

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Anton Bitel
Little White Lies

So while Demonic expertly delivers all the bumps in the night that fans of this genre love, it is also haunted by its own paradoxical narratology, engendering something slyly manipulative and deeply irrational

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