I saw Paul Campion's DEVIL'S ROCK at Fantasia. Nazi occultist, brave Kiwi soldier, sexy demon, lotsa gore.
Now you've seen it, too.
To be fair, this was a cheapie that Roger Corman would have appreciated. One exterior location, one big interior location (abandoned bunker with tunnels). Three principals, one bit part, a lotta corpses. One creature design. Lotta talking and chain rattling. Decent music. It did not outreach itself -- it never felt cheesy because it never tried to do anything too big for its budget. And it was moderately scary with pretty good performances. So, a success if it was made for $100,000, a base hit if it was made for $500,000. Watch it yourself if you want to know what kind of feature can be made for almost nothing.
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