Offering the same taut suspense as its predecessor, there is much to enjoy in this terrific exercise in nerve-wrecking tension.
Darkly absurd humour, with a deeply unsettling score and cinematography that bolster the portentous atmosphere of dread.
While the tales are condensed, key dialogue and memorably nerve-jangling passages are retained. All are hauntingly effective.
In conversation with author and film historian Lee Gambin on his monograph on the adaptation of Stephen King's Cujo.
Possessing a strong comic book aesthetic, Demon Hunter echoes the likes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Blade.
A fascinating central premise strongly evokes The Twilight Zone, the focused script ensuring an insular, intimate atmosphere.