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John Elias Michalakis
A group of college kids hired to help open an aviation museum on a closed U.S. military airbase accidentally unearth an ancient artifact which unleashes an evil spirit whom possesses them one by one making the host kill off the rest.
J. Christian Ingvordsen
Jennifer Lauren Grant
On Mayday 1998 in the town of Dunwich, Massachusetts, Elizabeth gathers together a group of specially selected friends for a rather odd party. It turns out that she is the descendent of a malevolent witch named Lilith who was burned at the stake precisely three hundred years ago. Now Elizabeth hopes to resurrect her dreadful ancestor and has a specific (and murderous) need for the guests she has chosen. Written by
I'm not sure of DeCoteau's intentions here, but this seems like a homage to Kevin Tenney movies, particularly NIGHT OF THE DEMONS, and boy does it suck!
A group of teens are invited to a party by a weird girl named Elizabeth (Ashley McKinney), who uses a seance to resurrect the demonic Lilith (ghouled-up Ariauna Albright) in the basement. The rest of this "movie" is attractive young people wandering around a big house, getting killed offscreen and returning as demons. Scripter Matthew Jason Walsh provides plenty of dumb dialogue and vapid characters, but forgot to throw even one original idea into this supernatural snoozer with no gore, suspense, plot, notable special effects, nudity or point, and there's no excuse for such bad acting (though I'm willing to let Matt Raftery and McKinney off the hook for at least trying). Not surprisingly, many of them came from that wretched MTV series "Undressed."
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