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Jessica T. Perez,
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Adam uses his web browser to visit his home page on myspace.com, which is www.myspace.com/wildchildadam. This page does exist on myspace, and it has links to the other fictional characters' myspace pages in the movie, including Lilith's. The direct link to Lillith's myspace page is www.myspace.com/succubuslilith, and seems to be the only page among the main characters that accepts friend requests. See more »
When Adam is firing his crossbow at Lilith, and no time does he ever pull back the bowstring which is necessary to launch the bolts. See more »
Where are you going?
I'm hungry and I wanna have dinner.
Well I'm horny and I wanna have sex.
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Great cast, minus the leading man, with lots of potential utterly wasted. The actress who played Lillith, made the film palpable, due to her striking beauty. It appears there was adequate funding given the production values and the cast, yet the film lacked any sense of a true horror plot, nor was there enough nudity and sexuality to pass under the guise of an erotic horror film, which pervades the industry. The whole test pilot, jet sequences really added nothing to the story, and served only as a buffer, to make the film 90 minutes. Hopefully, David Keith will find some suitable and larger roles for his talent in the near future.
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