Directed by Lamberto Bava
A demonic invasion turns a high-rise apartment building into hell on Earth in this scary sequel from director Lamberto Bava and co-writer Dario Argento. At a party, a girl watches a film in which teens awaken a demon. Suddenly, the demon crawls through the TV, possessing her. Soon the building is filled with rabid monsters intent on spreading the demonic virus as far as possible. Though only a slight variation on the first film's story, DEMONS 2 ups the ante on the gory horror FX - including demonic dogs, terrifying toddlers and a bloodthirsty baby Beelzebub. Contains strong language, violence and gore.
A demonic invasion turns a high-rise apartment building into hell on Earth.
Cast: Asia Argento, David Edwin Knight, Nancy Brilli, Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni
I'm giving it a 3 for entertainment's sake, but otherwise a 2. It's almost the same film as its predecessor, awkward editing, and some scenes are copied from the first.
Good film, a little more campy than the first but in a good way
I was thoroughly disappointed by this film. Demons 2 offers nothing new to the Demons universe and is a simple rehash with a few plot elements that make little sense.
I did like this one better than the first.
I've seen this movie at least three times and I get the jitters every time, especially in the scenes where the child is involved! Now this is the way horror should be done!