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Demons Never Die (Blu-ray)

Featuring: Robert Sheehan, Ashley Walters & Tulisa Contostavlos

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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  KILLER FILM WITH A DIFFERNCE

| | See all HONESTBAZ's reviews (299)

This was a pleasant surprise,it kind of looks cheap via the cover,but it works very well.
The story goes that this teenage girl has killed herself (seemingly) and the police are a little concerned that copycat suicides will follow. Sure enough,a group of teens decide together to commit suicide together in a way that will get noticed by many,go out in style as it were.
These teens all have thier demons,their reasons for ending it all. However,one of them is killed by a masked killer and some of the others from the group start to wonder what's going on,then when they have second thoughts about this mass suicide plan,things get complicated.

I loved this idea of a killer that is killing those that planned on killing themselves,nice twist on an old formula. The acting is fine and there's some good soundtrack material to help out. Considering this could have looked cheap and nasty,it surprised me by how inventive it was. I have every intention of watching this interesting little killer thriller again one day.

  Terrible - Some great actors though

| | See all gingerpunk2's reviews (2)

Initially got excited about a UK based serial killer flick - so gave it a go regardless of the fact that Tulisa is in it.

Now the film is poor in pretty much every sense of the word, the storyline is so shallow and somewhat ridiculous. The events, or murders are not very menacing and you never really see any good deaths.

This film is aimed at a younger crowd who maybe fixated with the likes of Tulisa etc, but know this, she is in the film for a whole ten minutes, and the fact that she is on the cover, considering her character is pointless and does not add anything to the film - that should say it all really.

There are some really great young British actors in this though and if it wasn't for their great portrayals, then I would not have even given it 1 star.

Good film if you're 12.