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During her first semester at college, a co-ed finds housing at a seaside mansion where, following the death of a fellow-student, she becomes entangled in a murder mystery surrounding the property and it's secretive tenants.
Weisser is a young college bound man whose future is threatened when his mother interferes with his love life and a pending scholarship. He also discovers that his mother's best friend wishes to get closer to him, even if it means murder.
The films origin came about when producer Charles M. LaLoggia discovered the filming location of the Boldt Castle in Alexandria Bay, New York. LaLoggia thought it was an ideal place to set a horror film and approached his cousin director Frank LaLoggia to write a film around the location. See more »
Definitely weird but ultimately boring "supernatural teen revenge" flick gets its only thrills from the subversive sexuality running throughout the whole thing. The incarnation of Lucifer is an effeminate high schooler, his enemies are two male archangels reincarnated as pretty teenage girls, there are a few instances of male full frontal nudity and gay kissing, and one doomed bully grows supernatural breasts (after kissing the demonic boy). A creepy zombie attack livens things up a bit, but not much. The fact that this is a low budget flick is actually what made it more interesting to me, if the special effects had been phenomenal then it would have been even more boring. As it stands, it's just a slightly off-kilter retread through "Carrie"/"Omen" territory. Keep an eye out for the killer dodge ball!
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