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Canada · 2021
1h 44m
Director Neill Blomkamp
Starring Carly Pope, Nathalie Boltt, Chris William Martin, Michael J Rogers
Genre Drama, Horror, Science Fiction

Plot TBA.

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Slashfilm by Chris Evangelista

Everything feels so sterile, filmed under cold, harsh lights. It’s one of the most horror-free horror movies in recent memory. Maybe Blomkamp should give sci-fi another shot.


Slant Magazine by Chuck Bowen

Like District 9, the film is a genre outing with big ideas that’s more committed to the power of arsenals and pyrotechnics.


IndieWire by David Ehrlich

The 80 minutes of the movie that are set in flesh-and-blood reality can’t help but seem flat by comparison, as the thrust of the film’s story is so functionally reverse-engineered from its central gimmick that Demonic winds up feeling like a glorified proof-of-concept video that should have been exorcised of any grander ambitions.


The Film Stage by Eli Friedberg

Blomkamp, one suspects, does not possess the same imagination for interior worlds he’s exhibited for external. Demonic largely proves this thesis correct.


The Playlist by Nick Allen

Blomkamp continues to baffle even more with Demonic, as he’s made a horror film that is so rote it’s hardly scary, all to showcase a developing technology that is intriguing as a sales pitch but unconvincing as a narrative device.


Austin Chronicle by Richard Whittaker

Even if it becomes a little more familiar in the third act, especially to fans of that weird era of Nineties supernatural action thrillers like End of Days and Fallen, it's undeniable that Demonic rips open new technical possibilities for horror.


TheWrap by William Bibbiani

Demonic isn’t just a low-budget supernatural–sci-fi thriller; it’s also a shallow one, a boring one, a poorly conceived one — and the characters stink too.

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