Demon of Paradise
Demon of Paradise is a 1987 horror film shot in the Philippines and directed by Cirio H. Santiago.
The film is set in Hawaii and features fire-twirling women who participate in rituals to appease the awakened monster. The hunters become the prey when illegal dynamite fishing prematurely ends the hibernation of a mythological beast known as Akua which lives in the lake. The owner of the local resort, whose patrons have become the preys on the monster and a woman herpetologist join forces with the sheriff to save the tourists from succumbing to the fury of the beast.
|author||C.J. Santiago Frederick Bailey|
|director||Cirio H. Santiago|
|keywords||dynamite fishing fish herpetologist mythological beast sheriff|
|producer||Leonard Hermes Rodman Flender|
|productionCompany||New Horizons Pictures|
|theme||independent monster movie|