Trailer - "DEMONS"





In this custom-ordered sci-fi release, Carmen Porta is relentlessly pursued by demons who are out to capture her very soul. Unable to escape them all, she has no choice but to turn and fight.

Great stunts and strength moves in this one, gang!

Starring Carmen Porta, Lee Diamond, Yenny T. Polanco and Brian Socia.

Release: August 1, 2017
Genre: Sci-Fi/Action
Category: Mixed Combat
Clip Length: 14:14
Total Time: 16:51
Format: WMV (734 MB)

Brian Socia, Yenny Polanco
& Carmen Porta




Kicks, head & stomach punches, elbows, knees • Multiple Full-Body Throatlifts • Multiple Bearhugs • Backbreaker • Ground Pound • Chokehold

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8 Comments on "DEMONS"


female feet,wrestling&games wrote:
Tuesday, August 01, 2017 4:16 PM

the sexy femininity of bear hugs given by the females is always welcome to me!

Roberto wrote:
Wednesday, August 02, 2017 3:20 AM

An unusual theme for a video, but a good idea!  A trio of Demons want Carmen's soul, but before they do, they want to "play" with her and to make her suffer.  Fortunately for Carmen, these demons are not very experienced, and they want to have fun first ... they also seem a bit stupid (I mean the roles interpreted, not the actors!).  The demonic language was a great idea, and good interpretation by all characters; my preference for the acting goes to Lee, who has well-interpreted the part of the possessed person.  A powerful bearhug, a long throatlift and a back breaker from Yenny are a pleasure to see.  We always praise the girls, but let me spend few words for Brian ... he is always good in his roles and again he did not disappoint.  And there is an Angel as well ... Carmen.

Tim Smith wrote:
Wednesday, August 02, 2017 3:34 AM

There are some great new moves in this trailer.  The 'back-breakers' looked amazing, as well as the turn-in-the-air bearhug.

Stee wrote:
Wednesday, August 02, 2017 3:36 AM

I’m always surprised one of the bigger studios/producers hasn’t used Carmen.  She’s great at what she does and she’s HOT!

Wrecker  wrote:
Thurday, August 03, 2017 2:42 PM

Interesting looking release.  I may have to check it out come payday.  These guys and gals do some really good vids with a pretty low budget, and they keep their prices low in return.  I will say one thing though, the lovely Ms. Porta is absolutely amazing!  She truly understands what people want to see in this type of video and never fails to deliver.

Wrecker wrote:
Thursday, August 03, 2017 10:15 PM

I agree completely with Stee, and I almost said something along the lines of “Rye or TBFE need to try to get her to work with them,” but I figured it probably isn’t nice to encourage the swiping of a producer's best talent like that.  I would definitely love to see her in a wider range of films though.

Max wrote:
Friday, August 04, 2017 9:15 PM

Another welcome outdoor foray, of the fantastical kind involving Carmen, stalked by three demons.  This expands the action.  Interesting to note that direction is shared between the doughty Mr. Connor and Carmen (his best right-hand girl ever, besides her fab screen appearances).  This has been occuring in quite a few FG2K productions, but the essential tone, focussing on hand-to-hand conflict, remains intact.  Our attention is held from the start with the scene-setting opening, made ominous by haunting drone-like music.  The first demon, resembling a mute zombie, who attacks Carmen without warning, is played effectively by Lee Diamond.  Carmen battles back and eventually despatches Lee (who literally vanishes), only to be confronted by two others.  These, in contrast to Lee, turn out to be voluble, using Satanic language (presumably devised by Mike H, credited with story and writing).  One is played by Yenny, whose appearances as a badass are always a joy.  The other by the ever-dependable Brian Socia (as the demon-meister, he has a good share of the action and the spoken "demonese").  The fighting is now even deadlier for Carmen with two against her.  Fans will know what to expect.  Punches and kicks get thrown and the demons attempt to break Carmen with crushing grips, tossing from one to the other.  Will our heroine make it out or succumb?  It's clear that Carmen likes an other-wordly element.  I think she'd make an excellent Lara Croft.

Max wrote:
Sunday, August 06, 2017 3:07 PM

Supervising Producer/Director etc., etc., John Connor, sent a message to say, by the way, that there is a prequel in the works.  Good news for many of us.  He revealed that the demon-talk was derived/devised by ever-obliging Brian Socia.  Small wonder he performed it with such ease.  John added that Yenny picked up on it right away and when she and Brian chattered in demon-speak during the shoot (and probably long after) it caused much hilarity.  Note Wrecker's first comment re: keeping low-budget (and therefore making things less costly by being tighter, simpler and more direct).  I would add that an independent production such as FG2K in any case probably deliberately shuns the Hollywood Big Committee approach and operates more like a "family and friends pitching in together" affair, which I find most refreshing.






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