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Film Review - Demons


One year ago, I reviewed “The Hollow,” the second directorial endeavor for Miles Doleac, who also scripted and starred in the movie. I wasn’t a fan, finding the film slow and dramatically unrewarding, while editorially, the picture needed to be slimmed down, with Doleac showing some indulgence with an unnecessarily permissive run time. He’s back in action with “Demons,” which, thankfully, is a shorter feature and slightly stronger representation of his creative interests, which mainly reside in characterization and the contrast of human concerns against seemingly supernatural forces. “Demons” ultimately comes up short, but Doleac goes down swinging, working to braid timelines and temperaments as he makes what initially appears to be an exorcism effort, only to slowly transform into a domestic drama.  Read the rest at


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