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“NIGHT OF THE DEMONS: AFTER-PARTY” is launched!

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The 1988 cult favorite that memorably united Linnea Quigley and a tube of lipstick has a new chapter on the way, with its original creator once again behind the scenes, and fans can get involved via Kickstarter.

Filmmaker Kevin Tenney got in touch with word of NIGHT OF THE DEMONS: AFTER-PARTY. “It’s been too long since something unspeakable has happened with a tube of lipstick,” he says. “I think it’s time to change that—so I’m excited to announce that I am producing a sequel to the 2009 remake of my own 1988 cult classic NIGHT OF THE DEMONS. It’s called NIGHT OF THE DEMONS: AFTER-PARTY, and it’s the funniest, bloodiest, nastiest NOTD. so far. I’m not going into this hellish endeavor alone. Joining me on the creative team are Anthony Hickox [WAXWORK, HELLRAISER III: HELL ON EARTH, SUNDOWN], who will direct, and Tiffany Shepis [from the previous DEMONS as well as THE FRANKENSTEIN SYNDROME and many others], who will star. Also on board are Sean Tretta [DEATH OF A GHOST HUNTER, THE PROMETHEUS PROJECT], who wrote the script, Gabe Bartalos [LEPRECHAUN, BASKET CASE 2 and 3], who will handle makeup and special effects and Harry Manfredini [FRIDAY THE 13TH, HOUSE], who will score the film.” In addition, Adam Gierasch and Jace Anderson, who wrote the 2009 DEMONS with Gierasch directing, are on board as executive producers.

“We’re all horror fans ourselves, and we’re really excited about Sean’s script,” Tenney continues. “We’d like other fans to be involved with us from the start and want to deliver a film that they want to see, not what traditional financiers and distributors think that fans want. So, this morning at 8 am, we launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise the rest of the money we need to make the film.”

That Kickstarter page can be found here, with perks ranging from memorabilia and digital downloads of the movie to acting roles and creative input. You can also follow the movie on FacebookTwitterYouTubeTumblrPinterest and Instagram. Stay tuned for more info on this project soon!

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Michael Gingold
Michael Gingold has been a member of the FANGORIA team for the past three decades. After starting as a writer for the magazine in 1988, he came aboard as associate editor in 1990 and two years later moved up to managing editor, the position he holds to this day while continuing to contribute numerous articles and reviews.
  • David Kemp

    Wow… that remake was F–king TERRIBLE… I want to see a sequel about as much as I want to watch paint dry… And do we really need another sequel to a remake… do you know how pathetic it is to walk into Blockbuster (you know, the 4 that are left in America) and ask,
    “Do you have HALLOWEEN 2… or HILLS HAVE EYES 2?”
    And they ask,
    “Which version…?”
    Just sad.
    Stop already.

  • ariessiren

    Oh hell yeah. That remake sucked bad. Casting ed furlong was a huge mistake and the gore was heavily downplayed. Thank God kevin is coming back. Hope linnea and amelia come back.

  • brocore

    Why does everyone involved in the making of a horror movie say they’re a fan of horror movies? Just because you like the genre doesn’t mean you understand how it works. The remake of NOTD proved that. It was awful. Given that many of the same people are involved, I can’t see this ending up much better.

  • jeremy

    I thought the 2009 remake was pretty good, good cast, and a good story! Unlike most people who will post here I am a real horror fan though… the best horror movies are the low budget ones! Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm St, Halloween, ect! I am looking forward to the sequel of Night of the Demons.

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