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Film Review: Demon (2013)

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SYNOPSIS: FBI Special Agent Nicole Diaz is sent to the town of Oro Negro to solve several bizarre murders. At first, it’s thought the killings are random acts committed by smugglers or drug dealers until the Tribal Ranger realizes the bodies have been drained of blood and suspects it is something more. REVIEW: I would much rather deal with the incompetence of …

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Demon Profile: Baal

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Baal, among one of the 7 princes of Hell has often been associated as being one in the same with the demon Beelzebub. This is primarily due to the name of Beelzebub breaking down into its alternate spelling of Baalzebub or Baal zebub. This particular demon has also been confused with the Semitic deity known as Ba’al. To further confuse …

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Demon Profile: Beelzebub

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Demon Profile: Beelzebub Ah, Beelzebub, a name most feared and used quite often in film and literature. His stance of power is a claim to being one of the 7 princes of Hell. While his name translates into the “lord of flies” or the prince of demons, Beelzebub is often associated or presented as being Satan himself. Certainly the flies …

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Demon Names A-Z Collection List

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This is a list of demons, including both specific demons (e.g. Satan) and types of demons (e.g. succubus). The names of many demons have several spellings.  (Still under research – may not be entirely complete) Aamon (Christian demonology) Abaddon (Christian demonology) Abalam (Christian demonology) Abraxas (Gnosticism) Ad-Dajjal (a.k.a. Dajjal) (Islamic eschatology) Adramelech (Assyrian mythology) Aeshma (Zoroastrianism) Af (Jewish mythology) Agaliarept …

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Larry Cohen

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There is plenty of room for argument about director Larry Cohen. His films, when mentioned at all, tend to be dismissed as the lowest kind of hack work. It’s Alive (1973), one of the most successful films of its year at the box-office, appears in a book called The Best, Worst And Most Unusual Horror Films by Darrell W. Moore. …

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