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|Directed by||Umberto Lenzi|
|Produced by||Giuseppe Gargiulo|
|Written by||Umberto Lenzi (story)
Olga Pehar (screenplay)
|Starring||Keith Van Hoven
|Music by||Franco Micalizzi|
|Edited by||Vanio Amici|
|Distributed by||Shriek Show|
|Release date(s)||March 25, 1991|
|Running time||88 min.|
Lamberto Bava also directed a film entitled The Ogre which is known as Demons III: The Ogre in the USA. Despite the American title, it is not a sequel and the two films should not be confused with each other.
The film that was actually intended to be Demons 3 was instead released as The Church, produced by Dario Argento, directed by Michele Soavi and written by Argento, Soavi and Franco Ferrini (see more detailed explanation under entry for Lamberto Bava).
Three American college students, Dick, his sister Jessica, and her British boyfriend Kevin, are traveling through Brazil on vacation when Dick, after attending a bizarre voodoo ceremony, develops strange powers.
When their jeep breaks down near a small plantation in the jungle outside Rio, the site of a former slave rebellion one hundred years ago, Dick uses his powers to raise the dead of six executed Negro slaves, who target the college kids and the residents of the plantation to seek revenge for their deaths.
- The Church (1988) - The Movie Digital Retribution
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