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The Thirsting is a derivation of the Lilith myths taken from biblical texts. It centers around the story of a nun, Sister Katherine, who fled to the church seeking comfort from memories of ritualistic abuse as a child in an effort to get her to voluntarily host the spirit of Lilith - Adam's first wife and the mother of all demons. While supervising a senior college retreat, her students, Mary, Clareese, Michelle, Jackie and Tiffany, are given an assignment to research various pagan beliefs and compare them Catholic figures. Despite the efforts of three Arch-Angels (Senoi, Sansenoi and Sammangelof) to warn the girls not to toy with the occult, they do. When the girls accidentally summon Lilith, all hell breaks loose. Lilith attacks them in their dreams, in order to consume their souls, turning their secret desires and memories into deadly nightmares as she twists the girls dreamworld into deadly reality. Written by Mark Vadik

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Completely awful
14 August 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I don't really know what to say about this other than it is the worst film I have ever seen. I say that genuinely as I am a film reviewer (for my sins).

So, a truncated version of my actual published review: it's a just a badly-made heading-for-softcore flick...and then the last fifteen minutes come. Forced incest? Electrocution? Evil nuns? Rape of a minor? Were they trying to 'save' it at the end?! Half the dialogue sounds like it was dubbed in someone's living room. Kind of a pity you were able to hear it at all, given how bad it was. The acting is terrible (I think someone from Neighbours might be in it), the plot is...well, there aren't words...and did I mention the ending? Did I? I wish I hadn't hung around for it! Please. Don't bother. Don't encourage them to make rubbish like this.


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