All right, classic splatter fans--sit down, shut up, and brace yourself as Bava and Argento bring us more eighties survival splatter in DEMONS 2. If you're already looking askance at this piece and muttering at your monitor: "Hey...wait a second. Wasn't the end of DEMONS basically an 'end of the world' scenario with people bugging out to the countryside because the cities were jam-packed with cannibalistic, fanged, demonic subhumans hell-bent on murder, mayhem and lunching up the populace?", you're not alone. Seriously, I thought much the same thing. And don't worry--there's a rational explanation.