director Lamberto Bava
Meta-horror moves from the movie theater into the home via television in Lamberto Bava’s sequel, Demons 2.
Watching horror films apparently makes them come to life in mid-Eighties Berlin. At least we have a pretty solid “alternative music” (what it was briefly dubbed round about that time) soundtrack to go die to.
A lot of people seem to diss or dismiss this movie, but I thought it was hilarious and entertaining.