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Desc:This movie is so much better then it has any right to be.
Category:Horror, Trailers
Tags:80s, HBO, demons, Stephen Dorff, imps
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Innocent Bystander
"They have opened the gate,
pray it's not too late."

Hey, that rhymes!

Also: "Demons? What kind?"
Caminante Nocturno
This was my all-time favorite horror movie for a few months when I was a wee lad. For some reason, however, I remembered this starring Fred Savage.
Shit! I swore it was Fred Savage too!

This is the best horror movie ever for kids who are just old enough to be left home alone without a babysitter.

You've been BAAAAAAD
God, the memories. When I was a kid it seemed like I would watch this movie every weekend. Come to think of it, that would explain a lot.
Those little demon-imp things STILL scare the shit out of me.

I forced myself to watch this over and over until I no longer had nightmares from it.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I've heard of this but this does look way better than I'd expect. A lost classic!
Pretty much my favorite movie in 6th grade.
This plus the House and Phantasm movies were the only good horror movies made in the 80s

Also Carpenter's Prince of Darkness.

The second House movie was awesome, though.

Holy mother of god!

I have been trying to remember the source of that "guy falls on the floor and breaks into lots of little guys" sequence for YEARS.

Thank you, PoeTV!
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