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DEMON WARRIOR
1988 / Horror
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Directed by Frank Patterson
Written by Frank Patterson, Alan Stewart and Mark Baird
Starring Wiley M. Pickett, Leslie Mullin, Jon Langione, John Garrett, Jerry Coiteux, Vonda Borski and Bruce Carbonara

A group of friends going hunted are instead hunted themselves by a demonic curse, cast on the land many years before.

The following tags are associated with this movie: slasher, demon
Demon Warrior (1988)
Review by Michael Mahoney

6 / 10
This will be a bit shorter than other reviews I've written, because I can't think of that much to say about this somewhat obscure flick.

Filmed in Texas, this late 80's movie is pretty cheesy, with a demon in the guise of a Native American going around killing a group of friends who came out to some cursed land for hunting. The kills themselves are moderately fun, if a bit astylistic, such as some individuals getting shot with arrows, an okay scalping, and a pretty decent car crash (especially for a movie of this low-budget nature).

The problem is that there's far more drama among the group of friends than there is action, or even anything mildly interesting. I was somewhat interested in some of the friend's ongoing problems, but at the same time, boy, was it a grind to get through. There was a bit of nudity at the beginning, which was welcomed, but for much of the film, it's just not that engaging.

Actors and actresses throughout did about as well as you might expect. There weren't any truly awful performances, at least, but the main characters, played by Wiley M. Pickett and Leslie Mullin, weren't dripping with amazing ability either. John Garrett's character had some funny lines now and again, but nothing to praise that much.

I've wanted to see this one for some time now, and I'm not exactly surprised by the fact it's not great. Late 80's horror can be quite a bit hit-or-miss. Still, Demon Warrior may not be a bad watch if you're a fan of 80's cheese (and that ending was a good example of how much cheese this movie has). I caught a VHS rip of the film, which allowed a very retro feeling to it. I sort of doubt this hit DVD, so it's one you might want to look out for. That said, I wouldn't expect a classic if you do give it a shot.
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