|The old man's house in the beginning of the film.|
This is how that house looks now. It was long abandon, but is now being
refurbished and is for sale/lease. It's on Menlo Avenue at 29th.
Kevin S. Tenney's Night of the Demons (1988) was shot pretty much entirely in one area of the Historic Menlo/29th District in Central Los Angeles. The Old Man's home seen in the beginning and the end of the movie is on the corner of Menlo Avenue and 29th Street.
Two homes used as residences of characters in the movie are adjacent to the Old Man's home on 29th Street. If you follow 29th Street to Vermont, a very small Indian restaurant sits and it looks like it was where the convenient store scene was shot. The building has had a facelift, is no longer a store, but has the exact same shape.
If you follow Menlo Avenue to Adams Boulevard on the left sits a Ralph's grocery store. This was where a historic home was used as "Hull House". That historic home was used in Night of the Demons 1 and 2, but was demolished shortly after despite public outcry.
With movie magic, Hull House seemed to be far off of the road. However, it was right on the street and close to adjacent homes.
At the end of the film; you can see Frannie's home ahead. They were walking
past the old man's house on Menlo Avenue toward 29th.
This is that same sidewalk, again you can see Frannie's home on 29th. To
the right is the old man's home.
|In the movie, Billy answers the door to find Sal.|
The Billy/Sal scene was most likely shot at this apartment building.
It sits adjacent to the home used for Frannie's house.
|Max and Frannie leave for Hull House in the movie.|
This house sits at Menlo Avenue and 29th. You can actually see it in the
movie from the old man's home as it is practically across the street.
|The convenient store in the movie.|
|The wall around Hull House|
|The wall with the top of the home peeking over.|
Across the street is where Hull House was located. It was torn down shortly
after filming Night of the Demons 2. In its place is a Ralph's grocery store.
|"Hull House" before it was dressed up for the movie.|