There used to be a time when horror movies not only frightened the living daylights out of you, they haunted you for weeks after. There were movies like Dracula, The Omen, The Exorcist etc. that indeed horrified you. But the so-called horror movies of these days only nauseate. And this one, a dubbed version of Night of the Demons: Angela's Revenge, is a prime example.
The film commences with a travel-weary couple trying to find shelter in an old, deserted house. They have hardly knocked when they are enthusiastically welcomed by their host, Angela. Angela invites them for supper, but there's something about her manner that dissuades them from partaking of it and makes them run for the door, which instantly shuts on them. And as they turn around they encounter Angela The Demon.
To know more about Angela, one has to watch the first part (Night Of The Demons) of this movie. The house that Angela haunts is called Hell House - and it's one hell of a house.
The scene shifts to a boarding dormitory. Curt and John are two nice, fun-loving kids who get their kicks from peeping into the girls' dormitory. They are nice - so what if they have a streak of voyeurism in them. On the other side is Perry, a kid who is interested in other things, like the occult.
Coming to the girls, there is one odd one named Mellissa - Angela's sister - with two other friends of hers. This bunch of kids get themselves barred from the annual Halloween Dance, and are dull.
All this changes when they get invited to a secret party. And guess where? The Hell House! From here starts the nausea part - flesh-eating demons, a snake making love to a girl, a zombie playing basketball with its own head, blood sucking serpents - yuck, it really gets to you. Avoid this movie - trust me, it's not worth the drain you'll vomit into.