After she is captured by police for questioning in the slaying of a man she claimed was a demon, Taryn Barker must prove her innocence, and the existence of demons. But when a cult captures the daughter of one of the detectives on the case, the police must trust, and unleash, this warrior on the Satantic group who are intent on bringing an ancient evil force into the world.
I’ve been sent lots of cool films lately but sadly Demon Hunter isn’t one of them.
With acting as low budget as the film itself I got myself to the point of catatonic boredom after only a 15 minutes runtime. Resorting to gaffa taping my eyes open throughout the rest of the movie just to complete this small disinterested review. A smaller review being the kinder of two evils without me going into a tirade of abuse. I’m nice even when I’m hating on a film! I’m a fan, not a critic remember.
I couldn’t connect to this particular film, everything felt disjointed and weird. Every cast member in this movie felt as thou they should be playing different roles or background roles out of the spotlight. Dropping corny catchphrases before a stylish kill is usually something I look forward to in films, it’s one of the main reasons I watch Deadpool so often. But in Demon Hunter the lines fell flat and it was a head in hands moment when the first corny one liner landed.
Usually with these kind of movies I just sit back and root for the bad guys. But no one in the film was believable for me to root for anyone sadly. It’s one of those films that you watch and think that you’d actually have a legitimate shot at getting cast in this movie. Then you feel an overwhelming sense of motivation to go out and get a role in a film genre you love.
I read a review quote that said this film keeps on the gas until the credits roll. I’m not quite sure what gas said person was inhaling to write that but they certainly were not watching Demon Hunter.
Everyone looked bored, hopeless and disinterested in anything they were doing on screen and I don’t blame them for feeling that way.
One of the worst Horror films i’ve seen all year. Eeesh.