Gierasch Says 'Night of the Demons' is "Horny Punk Rock Halloween Horror Extravaganza" - Bloody Disgusting!

Gierasch Says ‘Night of the Demons’ is “Horny Punk Rock Halloween Horror Extravaganza”

On DVD and Blu-ray October 19 from E1 Entertainment is Adam Gierasch’s Night of the Demons redo that features the banging horror cast: Diora Baird, Shannon Elizabeth, Monica Keena, Bobbi Sue Luther, Jonathan Beach, Michael Copon, Tiffany Shepis, and Edward Furlong. We caught up with Gierasch who talks about how this 2010 remake will bring the “demon anal.” Yikes.
Angela Feld is throwing the Halloween party to end all Halloween parties at the infamous Broussard Mansion in New Orleans, where dark events transpired almost a century ago. But when the packed party gets busted by the police, Angela and her friends Maddie, Lily, Suzanne, Colin, Dex and Jason are the only ones left behind. Soon Colin and Angela make a grisly discovery in the basement and inexplicable events start to take place. With the mansion gates mysteriously locked, the seven find themselves trapped for the night…and soon they’re fighting ancient demons for their very souls.

It’s the movie that I wanted to see when I was 17 years-old,” Adam Gierasch says of his NIGHT OF THE DEMONS remake during our exclusive interview. “It’s my horny punk rock Halloween horror extravaganza. It’s big-breasted chicks being chased by demons in a haunted house on Halloween.

So, um, will there be lipstick? “Yes, it does have the lipstick scene in it, but I take it a little farther,” says Gierasch. “It’s got everything you want – blood, tits, hot chicks, Halloween costumes and nasty demons.

Dare I ask what else it has? “We’ve got demon anal,” Gierasch tells BD. “Not too many movies have demon anal.

If all that doesn’t entice you, I don’t know what will. The consistently excitable Gierasch says he can’t wait for fans to see his take on DEMONS. “I’m just getting started,” says the director with a big smile below his handlebar mustache.

NIGHT OF THE DEMONS will debut at Screamfest this Fall before a limited theatrical release followed by Blu-ray and DVD in October.