Lamberto Bava’s “Demons” and “Demons 2” are headed for Blu-Ray

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Fans of 80s horror will rejoice in hearing that Lamberto Bava’s ultra-cool splatter movies Demons and its sequel Demons 2 will make it to Blu-Ray Disc in November, courtesy of the folks over at Synapse Films.

“Demons” will make cemeteries their cathedrals, and cities will be your tombs! From the minds of Dario Argento and Lamberto Bava comes the horrific Heavy Metal splatter film classic, “Demons” as a strange masked man offers tickets to a horror movie sneak preview at the mysterious Metropol cinema. When a patron is accidentally scratched by a prop displayed in the lobby, she transforms into a flesh-ripping demon! One by one, the audience members mutate into horrible creatures hell-bent on destroying the world. Can anyone escape this gory orgy of terror? Features an amazing soundtrack of ’80s rock/heavy metal by Pretty Maids, Billy Idol, Scorpions, Motley Crue, Accept, Saxon and more!

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In “Demons 2” there’s a scary movie on television and the residents of a luxury high-rise building have their eyes glued to their sets. Unfortunately for a young birthday girl, an eternal demonic evil is released through her TV and partygoers soon find themselves fighting an army of murderous monsters! Acid blood, demonic dogs, possessed children and rampaging zombies wreak havoc for the trapped tenants! Starring Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni (Dario Argento’s Opera), Bobby Rhodes (Demons), and a young Asia Argento in her very first film role, Demons 2 is a jaw-droppingly gory film from the golden age of Italian “splatter” films! Features an amazing soundtrack of ’80s rock/heavy metal by The Smiths, The Cult, Dead Can Dance, Art of Noise, Peter Murphy and more!

The movies have both been newly transferred for these Blu-Ray releases and feature new remasters of the incredible heavy-metal soundtracks. no bonus meterials have been announced at this time but we will keep you posted as information comes in.

“Demons” and “Demons 2” will eat your heart out on November 11 for $24.95 for each of the films on Blu-Ray Disc.

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