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Slightly tedious joint from Full Moon and Tempe during their few years together. Ariauna Albright is back as Lilith and is very good as she was in Witchouse. The film, like many of Tempe's movies, is a little raw yet this works in contrast to the clearly scripted elements of the film in scenes such as press interviews where the speech could sound more natural. A lot of the locals seem to think Lilith LeFey is a "rock chick" from Lilith Fair (have they not heard of Sarah McLauchlan!?!). Lunar edition of the DVD has a fascinating (but overlong) tour of Castel Film Romania, the studios where many Full Moon films were produced and several other interesting features. Tempe clearly love their movies to the same extent that Charles Band at Full Moon has neglected or abused his. Shame that it might be though, Tempe's passion hinders Full Moon's creativity. Loud rock score by SFB and 7 Months distracts from the story, special effects by David Barton are pretty good. Lilith rocks...perhaps she is at Lilith Fair after all!
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