Demon Sex Release Date: 2005 (USA) Genre: Sci-Fi Director(s): Greg Lewolt Writer(s): Greg Lewolt Starring: Brinke Stevens, Vesper Almasy, Tuesday Coren Diggin’ For Dollars, Ax ‘Em, and 666: Demon Child, meet your newest pal in the prestigious .5 Club. Demon Sex, distributed through EI Independent Cinema’s Video Outlaw subsidiary, is quite the possibly the most […]

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Demon Sex
Release Date: 2005 (USA)
Genre: Sci-Fi
Director(s): Greg Lewolt
Writer(s): Greg Lewolt
Starring: Brinke Stevens, Vesper Almasy, Tuesday Coren

Diggin’ For Dollars, Ax ‘Em, and 666: Demon Child, meet your newest pal in the prestigious .5 Club.

Demon Sex, distributed through EI Independent Cinema’s Video Outlaw subsidiary, is quite the possibly the most unerotic erotic horror movie ever made. The sheer lack of talent and foresight put into this production boggles my mind, and it finding distribution is thanks solely to the terrible T&A on hand.

Demon Sex immediately puts itself into the same boat as Alone in the Dark by beginning with a four-minute narration by Brinke Stevens that details the goings-on of the Sisterhood of the Demon Soul. This is a group of unattractive women who want to repopulate the world with aliens. Yeah, that makes a whole lot of fucking sense (which is essentially the film’s motto from this point on).

From there we get a couple minutes of a fat guy doing genetic testing, followed by that same fat guy watching a hideously unappealing stripper dance. And if you hadn’t had enough already, they throw out a heterosexual goth grinding session that goes on forever and then some. This apparently has a point of some sort, as that goth girl is soon recruited by Brinke Stevens for that stupid cult. Some horrid CGI is throw our way, along with naked girls frolicking in a pool, random bare breasted groping, another random sex scene, and some scenes with a pregnant woman that will boggle your mind with its trashy approach.

Of all the movies that have ever sucked, Demon Sex sucks the hardest. It’s that kind of movie you’d get if you took ten of the lowliest virgins at a horror convention and gave them a couple grand to make a movie. Writer Sean O’Bannon (who thankfully didn’t sully his name by actually writing Demon Sex), who has written plenty of respectable direct-to-video films, makes a brief acting appearance here. While his movies were never exactly beacons of reality, I get the feeling the final product made his head explode, and that’s why we don’t hear from him much anymore.

DVD: EI always packs their DVDs with extras, but that’s not always a good thing. Two short films, Demon Treasure and Demon Familiars, both starring Brinke Stevens, are just piles of garbage. Demon Treasure in particular spends much of its running time focusing on two women, one of whom I’d really have preferred to not see naked, bathing in blood.

It’s been a while since I’ve ended a review like this, but for the love of God Greg Lewolt, throw out your video camera and delete Brinke Stevens’ number from your cell phone. Your life will be all that much sweeter if you just work at a video store and leave your fetishes to be explored in the privacy of your own home.

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Quite bizarre, but slightly entertaining if nothing else is on.

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