Night Angel (1990)

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An evil spirit assumes the disguise of a beautiful young woman, so it can seduce and kill men.



  • Linden Ashby in Night Angel (1990)
  • Isa Jank in Night Angel (1990)
  • Isa Jank in Night Angel (1990)
  • Debra Feuer in Night Angel (1990)
  • Debra Feuer in Night Angel (1990)
  • Isa Jank in Night Angel (1990)

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23 July 2018 | Michael_Elliott
Delivers What You'd Expect it To
Night Angel (1990)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Above average horror film has an evil spirit taking over the body of a beautiful woman (Isa Andersen) who then goes out and uses her sexuality to seduce men and kill them.

NIGHT ANGEL doesn't have a very detailed story but it really doesn't have to because it pretty much delivers in every way that you'd expect it to. If you were renting this movie back in the day or seeing it late at night on Cinemax, you'd expect nudity, sex, gore and violence and that's pretty much what the film delivers. Fans of this type of thing will certainly find a lot to enjoy here.

I think a lot of the credit has to go towards director Dominique Othenin-Girard who made this right after the somewhat disasterous HALLOWEEN 5. This film here allowed him to experient with his European feel and I thought this added a lot of good style to the picture. The sexuality is certainly a tad bit more erotic than you'd typically see in a horror film like this and there's no question that the director wanted to push this aspect.

I also thought the cast was quite good and especially Andersen who plays the sex object. She does a very good job with the performance and she certainly knows how to milk that sexuality to where all of these men would fall for her. Linden Ashby, Debra Feuer, Gary Hudson and Karen Black are all good in their roles as well.

Horror fans will be happy with the blood level here as the demon rips out the hearts of her lovers and this leads to some great red stuff. The violence is pretty much what you'd expect from a film like this so all is good on that level. NIGHT ANGEL certainly isn't a masterpiece and it is flawed but at the same time it's a good entertainment.

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