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Spot the Difference:: Demonoid (1980)

August 25th, 2017 by unkle lancifer · 10 Comments

There are ten differences between the image above (A) and the image below (B). How many can you find?

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chainman
chainman
3 years ago

Eye sometimes has two wrinkles.

Blue flame out of mouth changing length.

Left smoke stack varies in height.

Tower on left has vanishing merlons.

Fang changes.

Bottom of the poster. Messenger of death, punctuation changes from period to exclamation point.

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thenewbigwig
thenewbigwig
3 years ago

1.exclaimation point
2.bicuspid fang
3.skin fold next to eye
4. index finger nail is longer
5.fanged shinguard on woman on left has more prongs
6.city building tower on left is higher
7.shorter bulding next to tower is missing ramparts
8.blue wispy flame is longer
9.minor change to demons ear size (or height)
10.woman on right is missing her bicep adornment

This is another great poster! Reminds me of that wonderful satanic pinball machine of the early 80’s Gorgar!

chainman
chainman
3 years ago

I had to Google to figure out what merlons were called, didn’t know it right off the bat. Saw some documentary about castles under siege and they used a peculiar word that I couldn’t remember for the life of me.

SNL

MEDIEVAL SCALDER AND SON
The man (Chris Farley) in charge of pouring hot oil down on invaders (Dana Carvey, Kieran Culkin) attacking a castle teaches his son (Macaulay Culkin) about the fine art of scalding. [Season 17, 1991]

http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/medieval-scalders/n10150?snl=1

chainman
chainman
3 years ago

I would of known instantly what you meant, if you’d posted “turrets”!

I’d probably posted my first thought of “cinder blocky thingys” that defenders dive behind when the arrows start to whiz by. But thankfully we have Google. lol

You’re welcome for the link.

Grokenstein
Grokenstein
3 years ago

Vinegar Syndrome’s DVD/BD combo of Demonoid is terrific. Yes, it’s a half-assed film (by the Mexican director who tried to break into Hollywood with this and The Bees), but this set gives you both versions (the US edit has tits and extra gore but the original cut is generally weirder overall) and they look great.

Bad movie lovers will love it. Naturally Unk was disappointed, though; aside from brief flashes of the sword-wielding one-handed demon, the image above is a complete lie.