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You don't own that property.
Ok, who owns the land than old man? You, maybe?
[after a long pause]
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Demon Wind is just an average B budget late 80's early 90's horror movie. Typical dumb college students getting into even dumber situations. Nothing really new. But however usually this premise provides for a very entertaining and sometimes funny film based on just how bad it is. Demon Wind has the formula for a good-bad horror movie , stupid characters , clunky dialogue , dreadful acting , and some of the most awful special effects that will have you laughing on the floor. But the problems with Demon Wind is it takes out some necessary goodies..like the occasional gratuitious nudity..only one nude scene that last about 10 seconds..we had 3 female characters..and none of them were shown nude..and also.NO GORE..sure there were some little small splurts here and there..but what makes the zombie/demon style horror movies work is the repulsive gore..the producers shouldn't have gone for an R rated feature..since this was obviously going to be direct to video when it was released in 1990..they should have gone for Unrated..because the R rated violence..is too tame for your average zombie/demon horror fan. Demon Wind also moves at a very slow pace...the action is restrained..and it's interrupted by clunky dialogue when there could be demon dismemberment. But I did like this film for it's efforts , and it does have some enjoyable moments..and the demon voices were especially neat..so check this out anyway if you can find it..but don't expect too much explicit scenes usually found in films of this genre
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