Picks and Pans Review: Demon Rage
Demon Rage opens with a fantasy sequence: Lana Wood, watched by a mysterious stranger, ambles along a deserted beach. Sensing an evil presence, she starts to run, her breasts bouncing out of her slinky negligee. Then she sees a ghastly face with white eyes. Lana wakes up from this nightmare. The audience isn't so lucky. It learns Wood has a friend, who turns out to be Britt Ekland, who turns out to be involved in the occult. There's also a spirit who appears in the tide in a velvet-and-lace gown and tells Wood's daughter (Sherry Scott) that she's a girlfriend of Lucifer's. The girl tells her that's nice but she has to go to her parents' beachhouse, which contains such unexplained stuff as suits of armor and guillotines. Wood shows none of the talent of her late sister, Natalie. Ekland gets star billing but only has a supporting role. She eventually goes to the Devil and should have taken the movie with her. (R)
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