Debbie Does Demons
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Back in the 1980s, he helped kick-start the microbudget/ SOV movement with films like enjoyably cheesy films like Cannibal Hookers and Savage Vengeance, among other fondly remembered titles. Skin tones look decent, there’s a surprisingly good level of detail present, and there’s not much too really complain about here in terms of presentation.
She talks here about her character and what it was like playing a three hundred year old witch, other witch movies she'd seen before this project, handling her dialogue in this movie, working with the cast and crew members on the project, some of the scriptwriting work she's done and how she keeps busy on the indie horror scene. Great film , Donald Farmer back again with a cool entertaining film , Jessa Flux , Angel Nicole Bradford, Morrigan Thompson . Going all the way back to early efforts like Demon Queen and Cannibal Hookers, tits, be they big ones or small ones, have long been a part of Farmer’s oeuvre and in this most recent effort, it’s clear that the man’s love of breasts has not diminished one iota. Debbie is a paranormal tv show host who’s fans start getting murdered by a witch named Carmilla Karnstein summoned from the 1600’s by an ouija board.The Blu-ray looks and sounds quite good and the interviews give us a bit of background on the movie.
Written and directed by Wong Jing, 1986’s Magic Crystal stars Andy Lau as Andy and Wong Jing himself as Pancho, two freelance special agents that wind up being hired by the Hong.
She talks about playing the titular character in the film, how she came to be involved in the film after having worked with Farmer previously, details on shooting specific scenes in the film, some of the locations that they used, what she learned from making this movie, some of the effects work that her work entailed and how she feels about the movie overall. Taylor Jeff Gregoire Jason Dyer Chip Fair Eric Jonathan Karell Josh Wasylink Executive Producers Exec.
I was a little disappointed, the title and poster had me hoping for something along the lines of the (in)famous short Debbie Does Damnation, but this kept me amused nonetheless.
With a better budget, acting, cinematography, directing, and effects that could be a really great film. This thing's goddamn quick to the point and delivers everything you'd think it would and then bounces before you get tired of playing with it, offering cheap thrills and exploitation in candy-colored package with some hammy acting and goofy comedy to soften it all up.