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Distribution rights for Ricardo Ribelles' Spanish sci-fi/fantasy B-movie tribute The Baron Against the Demons (El Barón contra los Demonios) are to be offered for sale by Allied Entertainment Group Inc. at this year's American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica, California. The movie is scheduled to be screened at Le Merigot #1 on Monday November 6th at 11:00 a.m..

The screenplay for The Baron Against the Demons was written by Ribelles. The movie apparently is an extension of Ribelles' short "Exorcio Deus Machine: la misión". Its cast includes Juan Carlos Romeu, Alejandro Ribelles, Helena Lecumberri, Xavier Bertrán, Irene Belza, Paulina Gálvez, Susana Palma, Gerardo Arenas, Eva Barceló, and Mireia Alert.

Below is a synopsis for The Baron Against the Demons from Allied Entertainment Group's website.

In the final days of the 21st Century, the Earth is engaged in a devastating war with the forces of evil, an army of alien invaders known as the Demons.

Leading the Earth's forces is an enigmatic SUPER HERO known as the BARON. During an extermination combat mission the BARON is captured, taken as a prisoner to the seductive witch, LADY PERVERTVM, and he is tortured by her until she finally extracts his sperm. LADY PERVERTVM uses the BARON's sperm to impregnate the Beast - RAGNAROK - with the intent to create the ultimate race of homicidal Demons. The BARON manages to escape, but tormented by his guilt, he begins a bloody war of vengeance in an attempt to save the Earth.

The Baron Against the Demons trailer (English dubbed; downloadable 4.1 MB MOV file)
The Baron Against the Demons trailer (English dubbed; downloadable 4.3 MB WMV file)
The Baron Against the Demons stills gallery (61 JPEGs)
Allied Entertainment Group: The Baron Against the Demons

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FlintlockeOctober 12, 2006 9:13 AM

I haven't quite decided, but I think that may look both terrible and sort of awesome.

Tuan JimOctober 12, 2006 10:02 AM

No kidding. The puppets look strangely compelling, but the other extremely cheap effects are a turn-off. Plus the large cast/number of actors would seem to herald a larger picture than the actual shots. interesting…