The Irrefutable Truth About Demons

The Irrefutable Truth About Demons

A moderately handsome anthropologist exposes cults for a hobby, which makes a bunch of stinky demons mad at him. As an academic who only deals in fact, his world flips around like a broken ferris wheel when his reality is thrown into question by random acts of magic, eerie symbols and unholy, computer-generated demons.

The Irrefutable Truth About Demons

Filmed in Australia, all the actors and hellish entities talk like that dead Crocodile Hunter guy. (“G’day, evil!”) Our hero’s girlfriend is crucified in their living room; his dead brother keeps coming back to taunt him; he’s kidnapped and tortured by punk rock demonologists; and his heart is yanked out of his chest and put in a fashionable coin purse for carrying bus change and chapstick and such.

The Irrefutable Truth About Demons

The delicious Katie Wolfe turns up as a loony tune trying to help him “see” the evil around him. And to touch his chazwazza. (“There’s a hidden message, but you have to keep it close to your penis,” she says, sticking her hand down his trousers.) The sex scene is blurred just enough where you can’t see Kate’s groceries, but there’s enough blood and violence and plot turns in The Irrefutable Truth About Demons (2000) to keep you from conjuring your own demons. In other words, no worries, mate.

The Irrefutable Truth About Demons

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