666: The Demon Child Release Date: 2004 Genre: Horror Director: Cary Howe Writer: Cary Howe Staring: Jennifer L. Jackson, Jose Rosete and Jennie E. Epstein For the 2003 year, Spartan Entertainment earned my award for being the worst Direct-to-Video distributor of the year. For the 2004 year, Silver Nitrate Entertainment, which is essentially Spartan under […]

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666: The Demon Child
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Horror
Director: Cary Howe
Writer: Cary Howe
Staring: Jennifer L. Jackson, Jose Rosete and Jennie E. Epstein

For the 2003 year, Spartan Entertainment earned my award for being the worst Direct-to-Video distributor of the year.

For the 2004 year, Silver Nitrate Entertainment, which is essentially Spartan under a crappier name, is coming real close to earning that moniker. Border Warz, Tha Crib, Thrill, and Tomb of the Werewolf were all below average features that weren’t very enjoyable. None of the titles that I’d seen had even come close to slipping into Game Over territory, though. After all, only a select few films achieve Game Over-quality each year.

Demon Child 666 does just that. Not only is it WORSE than Game Over, but it is destined to shamefully sit aside “winners” like Ax ‘Em and Diggin’ For Dollars for years to come. Everything about this movie is absolutely awful.

It’s not even the plot that makes this thing so bad. It’s actually fairly standard. Group of young archaeologists, accompanied by an old man, run someone over that is carrying a mysterious egg. Well, it hatches, and it turns out to be a demon child. Blah, blah, blah, it comes after everyone, and blah, blah, blah, death happens.

What makes 666 Demon Child so excruciating is, well, everything else. Director, writer, and producer Cary Howe is, as far as I’m concerned, never allowed to helm another picture again. He is a terrible director. He is a terrible writer. He doesn’t light his scenes. He doesn’t have proper boom mics. Going in, he apparently didn’t realize that a killer prosthetic baby that needs to be held in place by the actors being killed is incredibly lame. The movie is both boring and laughable, as it achieves nothing throughout the entire feature.

When a cast member that will remain nameless warned me that I might not want to watch this, I should have known better.

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