Demon Hunter, Action, Horror Arrives on VOD Via Wild Eye Releasing
Demon Hunter: Film Details
Taryn Barker: Demon Hunter
Director: Zoe Kavanagh
Writers: Zoe Kavanagh, Tony Flynn
Release Date: TBA, 2017
Release Format: TBA
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Running Time: 1 Hour, 25 Minutes
Detective Ray Beckett seeks the aid of homicide suspect, Taryn Barker, in rescuing his daughter from a demonic force.
A new trailer arrived for Demon Hunter. The Action, Horror film released August 18th, 2017 across major video on demand platforms. Below is a compilation of our coverage to Zoe Kavanagh’s film.
Here are a some excerpts from our coverage;
“The Cinematography for Demon Hunter is amazing. The film has a comic book aesthetic, which is interesting. The darkness and intensity of the film are of notable interest. Cinematographer Luca Rocchini does an amazing job on Demon Hunter.
Michael Parle does a fantastic job at Falstaff, and so does the actors who portray his minions. He is one of the most intimidating demons since Gabriel Byrne in End of Days.”
Stacy Cox on Film Review For Demon Hunter
Zoe Kavanagh Interview
DecayMag; How can you best describe the construct of Taryn Barker and how does she stand with modern audiences?
Zoe Kavanagh; What you have is a heroine that is everything you aren’t but wish you were.
Taryn was developed through a lot of things blended in my imagination. It’s like you take me, my personality, my film, and video game collection. Sure while you’re at it take in a bit of my experiences in life.
She perseveres through anguish and sorrow and her determination to fight evil and hopefully, one day find answers to the truth about the killer of her sister Annabelle. She is fearless because she isn’t afraid to die and in that sense is a bit of a cynic, whilst treating killing monsters as a job.
I hope the majority of audiences connect with her and welcome her into their world as this film is really just a taster of the dark world she hunts in.
Niamh Hogan Interview
DecayMag: In Demon Hunter there is the victim to dominate transformation shown in your character. This is a highlight in Horror cinema, especially with female leads. What is your opinion on this character evolution?
Niamh Hogan: Taryn’s determination for vengeance and her perseverance conflicts with the Demon’s evil force as he tries to overcome her transformation. She is strong willed and stubborn.
Women are just as strong as men but in films, it often takes horrific scenarios to convey that.
Look at characters in horror cinema such as Nancy in A Nightmare on Elm Street. She becomes resourceful and tactful in overcoming her fears. In The Descent the character Sarah really has to stand up to the cave monsters and fight back because it’s a primal instinct.