Oct 102011
 




CGI can either look incredibly good in a film, or it can make it look incredibly cheap and tacky if not done right. Good old fashioned latex effects and buckets of blood, however, never fail to impress and that is exactly what we are going to get here. Directed by Loup’Rah Garomore, The Demon’s Rook looks all kinds of awesomeness in the incredibly well put together trailer which gradually builds its intensity, helped by some insane music.

The horror stars Sade Smith, Colby Doler, Dustin Dorough, Daniel Sizemore, Ashleigh Ford and Garomore himself. Head over to the official website for more on the film and check out the image gallery to see some of the make up effects: The Demon’s Rook website

Synopsis:

A young boy named Roscoe finds a portal to another world where he is taught magic by an elder demon known as Dimwos. Dimwos raises the boy into manhood, revealing to him many secrets. Though, there is one dark secret that Dimwos keeps from Roscoe. When Roscoe discovers what his master has been keeping from him all these years, he revolts against him, inadvertently unleashing three malevolent demons. Through desperation, Roscoe is forced to escape the demons’ wrath by way of the portal leading back to our world. Unbeknownst to Roscoe, he leads the demons to discover the portal for themselves. Once the demons pass through, a nightmarish foray of summoned monsters is unleashed. One demon possesses the minds and will of all whom she crosses, another transforms a man into a murderous beast, and the other summons an army of the dead to do his bidding!

(Source: Dread Central)

By Matt Wavish

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