Hey, Demon, I said in the title that female FBI agents suck. That may have come off wrong; I was simply expressing the sentiments of the film’s local Sheriff, according to the film’s synopsis.creeps. Last time I talked about the upcoming Brain Damage film,
Anyway, ahead of Demon‘s December 3rd DVD release, the low-budget movie is now available on VOD via Cox, AT&T, Verizon, Charger, Suddenlink and more. Also, you can catch it on Internet on Demand through such outlets as Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, Google Play, and Xbox.
This wonderfully bloody factory of low-budget goodness stars, well, pretty much nobody. However, there is Jasmine Waltz. She’s best known in the tabloids for dating celebrities like Michael Phelps and Ryan Seacrest. Her biggest controversies are from her sex tape and rumored punching of Lindsey Lohan. In the world of film and television she is known for her role in the 2011 critically acclaimed film Love and her appearances on Femme Fatales.
On Jasmine’s acting in Demon, I love how she authoritatively looks toward the ground when she orders the area to be quarantined. You’d think the filmmakers would have chosen a different visual for that line, but it gets made up for when she says, “Oh, my god!” at the end of the trailer. Also, the moaning and screaming male voice as the trailer opens with the stock-type footage of the lake and woods is just golden.
After being cleared in an internal investigation, FBI Special Agent Nicole Diaz is reinstated and sent back home to the town of Oro Negro to help solve the bizarre murders of two agents. She’s met with disdain by the local Sheriff, a good ol’ boy who doesn’t believe they are being taken seriously and is insulted that the FBI sent a woman.
At first, it’s thought the killings are random acts committed by smugglers or drug dealers, that is, until the resident Tribal Ranger realizes the bodies have been drained of blood and suspects it is something more, but his beliefs are dismissed.
Soon after, a mysterious woman and her aide appear during an autopsy and claim responsibility for creating the perfect killing machine. A creature designed specifically for desert warfare to be used by the military. It has escaped and they need help reacquiring it. Unsure who to believe or trust, Nicole assembles a team and they set out to capture the creature.