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Killing Ariel

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Killing Ariel
DVD Box cover of the film Killing Ariel
DVD Box cover of the film Killing Ariel
Directed by Fred Calvert
David J. Negron Jr.
Produced by Fred Calvert
David J. Negron Jr.
America Young
Written by Fred Calvert
Starring Lindsley Allen
Suzete Belouin
Shana Betz
Cinematography David Dechant
Studio DJN Studios Inc.
Distributed by Mti Home Video
Release date(s) January 1, 2009
Running time 90 minutes
Country USA
Language English

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Killing Ariel is a 2008 American horror movie. Two major characters in the film are a Succubus and an Incubus.


  • Title: Killing Ariel
  • Rating: Rated R for violent and sexual content, nudity and some drug use.
  • Studio: DJN Studios Inc.
  • DVD Release Date: January 1, 2009
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • ASIN: B0020TS5D8


Lindsley Allen Sally
Suzete Belouin Karen
Michael Brainard Rick
Axelle Cummings Ariel (as Axelle Grelet) Succubus
Gary Edward Jerry (as Gary Hourani)
Maggie Fine Secretary
Lisa Franks Julia
Joseph Gatt Incubus
Lauren Mary Kim Tai Chi Woman
Steven Lamprinos Bradley
Paul Mackley Gas Station Attendant
Stacey Martino Rick's Mother
Miguel Nájera Psychiatrist
Sal Romeo Nicholas
Shana Sosin Nancy
Brad Whitfield Rick's Father

Plot Summary

One night, a demon attacks Rick, a contentedly married man. Under the spell of the demon, he takes a beautiful young woman, Ariel, off to an isolated house for a weekend fling. There, bizarre and frightening things happen, and accidentally Rick kills Ariel. But she won't stay dead. He soon realizes that she is the demon that first attacked him. He defends himself by killing her again. And again. But no matter how many times he kills her, she keeps coming back. When he finally escapes and returns home, he discovers that his life has disappeared into a nightmare of madness, lust, adultery, and cold-blooded murder.

Critical Review

The following reviews are from the Amazon.com listing in the External Links below:

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars
  • An Instant Classic
  • Reviewed On: June 17, 2009
  • Reviewed By: K. Astoyan

This film is about a happily married man Rick (Michael Brainard) who gets attacked by a demon, which he winds up under a spell that causes him to seduce a young woman. Soon enough, his supernaturally induced affair gets out of hand.

This film surprised me from start to finish. I went in expecting a typical horror film, and in the end, I was very impressed!

The performances of the main actors was pitch perfect. It kinda reminded me of The Shining based on the feel of the film. All in all, I enjoyed this movie a lot and would definitely add it to my horror film collection. A must see!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars
  • Interesting Film
  • Reviewed On: June 25, 2009
  • Reviewed By: S. Hoats

I rented this movie this week. I thought it was pretty good. Where as it's not completely like I have not seen these types of movies before its hard to see anything completely original these days. Having said that I still will say it's entertaining and worth a watch. In fact it's one of those movies where you understand it much better with a second viewing, little comments the characters make really come much more into focus then. If your not a horror fan then you will not like this film. If you are then I believe the opposite will be true. Now for the plot: Without giving too much away it's kind of like Ground Hog's Day meets The Evil Dead. A little bit anyway. All in all I give it a very good rating.

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