The Demoniacs

The Demoniacs

Directed by Jean Rollin

Two women seek Satan’s help in delivering vengeance on their rapists, in Jean Rollin’s supernatural twist on the rape-revenge thriller. After escaping from the clutches of a vicious gang of shipwreckers, the women meet a man who holds the secret to securing the Devil’s services for their revenge. But in order to get his help, they’ll each have to sleep with him. But despite the violence they’ve just endured, the women are determined to do whatever it takes and soon, they’re transformed into “démoniaques” and venture back to deliver their brutal justice.

Two women seek Satan’s help in delivering vengeance on their rapists.

Cast: Joelle Coeur, John Rico, Willy Braque

Member Reviews

Enjoyed it very much, the ladies are beautiful.

puercoseco
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a month ago

Terrible acting, audio, props, camerawork, you name it. Actors being constantly naked is the only selling point, but you should get your gratuitous nudity elsewhere.

robandtim
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3 months ago

😈

sicko s.
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4 months ago

I rate it as either one skull or five. Takes the prize for dumbest film I've seen this year. HOWEVER...a fleeting thought changed my attitude. During the first ten minutes, a gang of four scavengers attack a pair of harmless shipwreck victims in a prolonged sequence. I said to myself, "I don't think the French ever got the hang of making Popeye movies." It rendered the proceedings pretty darn entertaining! (Joelle Coeur steals the show as Olive Oyl!) Apart from the amusement value of this strange reinterpretation, I can think of no other reason (apart from punishment) for assigning anyone to experience this movie.

PaulCurtis
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4 months ago

Takes the prize for dumbest film I've seen this year. HOWEVER...a fleeting thought completely changed my attitude. During the first ten minutes, a gang of four scavengers encounter a pair of harmless shipwreck victims, and proceed to attack them in a prolonged and tedious rape sequence. I said to myself, "I don't think the French ever got the hang of making Popeye movies." After that, I watched the rest of the movie as if it had been intended as a cruel take-off on Popeye, and it rendered the proceedings pretty darn entertaining! (Joelle Coeur steals the show as Olive Oyl!) Fleisher Cartoon fans will also spot Ko-Ko the Clown, inhabiting the haunted ruins. Apart from the amusement value of this strange reinterpretation, I can think of no other reason (apart from punishment) for assigning anyone to experience this movie.

PaulCurtis
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4 months ago