Night of the Demons 2: Brian Trenchard-Smith was interviewed by Kevin Tenney for Blu-ray release

Night of the Demons director Kevin S. Tenney interviews Night of the Demons 2 director Brian Trenchard-Smith on the upcoming Blu-ray

A few weeks ago, we learned that Scream Factory is giving director Kevin S. Tenney’s 1988 classic Night of the Demons a 4K release on October 3rd – and while they’re at it, they’re also bringing the 1994 sequel Night of the Demons 2 and the 1997 sequel Night of the Demons 3 to Blu-ray. The bonus features for the sequels haven’t been officially announced yet, but Tenney has taken to social media to reveal that one of the extras on the Night of the Demons 2 disc will be an hour-long conversation between him and part 2’s director Brian Trenchard-Smith!

Sharing a picture of him and Trenchard-Smith together, Tenney wrote, “My hour long, on-camera interview with director Brian Trenchard-Smith about his hysterically entertaining sequel to my original Night of the Demons is just one of the terrific extras on the new Blu-ray of Night Of The Demons 2, coming this October from Scream Factory.” That sounds like a lot of fun to me.

Written by Joe Augustyn, Night of the Demons has the following synopsis: It’s Halloween night and Angela is throwing a party … but this is no ordinary Halloween party. Everybody’s headed to Hull House, a deserted funeral home, formerly the lair of a mass murderer. But when the partygoers decide to have a séance, they awaken something evil … and these party crashers have a thirst for blood. Now it’s a battle for who can survive the night in Hull House.

Directed by Trenchard-Smith from a script by Joe Augustyn and James Penzi, Night of the Demons 2 tells the following story: It’s Halloween and the teenagers from St. Rita’s High School want to party at the neighborhood’s haunted house. For years, the Hull House has sat in eerie silence – tales of its haunted past have turned into gory jokes and no one really believes anything ever happened there. However, Angela (Amelia Kinkade), the hostess from hell, is summoning her army of teen demons to the blood-curdling contest between the school’s priests and herself, the princess of darkness. What was intended as an innocent evening of fun and games turns into a hell-raising, life-threatening ordeal … they wanted fun, now they’re in the trick-or-treat party of their lives!

Tenney returned to write Night of the Demons 3, but handed the directing duties over to Jimmy Kaufman. Here’s the synopsis for that one: It’s Halloween! The gates of Hull House have creaked open once again and Angela (Amelia Kinkade) is waiting for her treats. When a group of rambunctious teens take refuge in the foreboding funeral home to escape the law, they soon realize their grave error. Packed with thrills, chills, and bloody spills, Night Of The Demons 3 is a party to die for!

The 4K release of Night of the Demons and the Blu-ray releases of Night of the Demons 2 and 3 can be seen on the Scream Factory website. They’re available for individual purchase, or you can buy them in trilogy bundles that include bonus goodies like slipcovers, stickers, and a pin set.

Will you be getting Night of the Demons on 4K and/or Night of the Demons 2 and 3 on Blu-ray? Are you interested in seeing Tenney interview Trenchard-Smith? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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