The Gate is a 1987 classic horror film, and is distinct because it is one of the most well-known examples of horror that focused on children, not just as characters but also as a core audience. The film tells the story of a young boy Glen (Stephen Dorff), his sister, and his best friend who have to deal with demons that are using the hole in their backyard as a portal from Hell. Oh, and the parents, as I’m sure you guessed, are out of town for the weekend, leaving the kids to deal with the emergent demon threat. Throw in some of the older sister’s friends who are looking to party and some very poor judgment calls, and it’s easy to see why this film is a classic.
The DVD, which is known as The Gate: Monstrous Edition, will be released October 6th.
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