Demons 2

Italy | 1986 | 88 min | R


A group of tenants and visitors are trapped in a 10-story high-rise apartment building infested with demons who proceed to hunt the dwindling humans down.

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Let’s Party! Sally’s about to blow out the candles on her “Sweet 16” birthday cake when she and her boyfriend have a fight, and she retreats to her bedroom in anger. Locked inside her room, she turns on the TV to witness a documentary that alludes to the first DEMONS movie (yes, this is a sequel. No, you don’t need to watch the first film to understand this film). Unfortunately for Sally, the demons in the documentary find a way to exit the TV screen and attack her. Now Sally’s a demonic zombie, blood-thirsty, and looking for a fight. She attacks her party guests, and they, in turn, attack the patrons of her apartment building.

Directed by Lamberto Bava–master of the Italian, giallo genre–and co-written/co-produced by Dario Argento, DEMONS 2 is a frenzied, roller-coaster ride of bloodlust that ultimately unites neighbours with a common goal. And yet the real tragedy of the film is not how many human beings succumb to the zombie virus, but rather how the camera keeps panning back to Sally’s apartment, and her uneaten birthday cake!

That’s why, for this Food in Film, we are going to honour Sally, and give everybody a chance to eat her birthday cake. – CORA JAMES

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Director: Lamberto Bava
Cast: Nancy Brilli, Corlina Cataldi-Tassoni, David Edwin Knight


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