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Demoniacs, The (Blu-ray)

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  • Manufacturer Redemption (US)
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A Poe-like study of guilt and revenge, THE DEMONIACS (Les Démoniaques) concerns a band of 'wreckers' who rape and murder two young sisters, the survivors (Lieva Lone, Patricia Hermenier) of a ship they have lured into coastal rocks and plundered. The ghostly sisters haunt the Captain and obtain help from a mysterious clown (Mirielle d'Argent) who leads them to an impressive disused cathedral. There they meet a gnostic priest (Ben Zimet) standing guard over a cell that harbours the Devilhimself (Miletic Zivomir), who empowers the angelic girls sexually with the evil necessary to exact their vengeance.

If ever one of Rollin's films was presided over by a singular compelling presence, it is that of Joëlle Coeur, the mysterious auburn-tressed female lead. As Tina the Wrecker, Coeur seems to incarnate the perverse libido, stripping and publicly pleasuring herselfwhile in thrall to the rape and pillage of her gruff associates.

Director: Jean Rollin

Cast: Joëlle Cœur, Lieva Lone, Patricia Hermenier, John Rico, Willy Braque, Paul Bisciglia, Louise Dhour, Ben Zimet, Mireille Dargent, Miletic Zivomir, Isabelle Copejans, Yves Colignon, Veronique Fanis, Monika, Jacqueline Priest, Anne Watticant, Jean-Pierre Bouyxou, Raphael G. Marongiu, Sylvio Dieu, Gilbert Schnarbach, Yann.

Extras:

  • Mastered in HD from the 35mm negative
  • French with optional English subtitles
  • Introduction by Jean Rollin
  • Two deleted sex scenes (10 min.)
  • Additional deleted footage (2 min.)
  • Interview with Jean Bouyxou
  • Interview with Natalie Perrey
  • 16-page booklet with an essay by Tim Lucas, editor of Video Watchdog
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Original trailers of seven other Rollin films

 

Technical Details

BBFC Rating: 18

System: 1080P High Definition

Region: All Regions

Year: 1973

Language: French

Subtitles: English

Weight: 105g

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