The story of the devil's daughter who is seeking for God's forgiveness comes to earth to find a way to make up for what her father has done. Trying to find a medium to compensate for her ... See full summary »
A satanist cult leader is burnt alive by the local church. He vows to come back to hunt down and enslave every descendant of his congregation, by the power of the book of blood contracts, in which they sold their souls to the devil.
A young girl who returns for her mothers furneral, is "adopted" by an older woman, who is member of a Satan-cult. The young girl escapes and meets a young man.Written by
Erik Adelfred <firstname.lastname@example.org>
If "Howard", her chauffeur, is supposed to be mute, how can be a butler too, since butlers are required to be able to ask names of guests who appear at front doors of their charges homes.
homes they visit. See more »
Obviously inspired by Rosemary's Baby, this obscure ABC-TV movie is still quite entertaining in its own right. The amazing cast goes full tilt, with the ever-delightful Shelley Winters taking top honors as Lilith. Though slightly hampered by overall TV stylings, it features an ample amount of tension, an imaginative opening credits sequence of flames and silhouettes, and an explosive, nightmarish twist ending. Be warned, though--The Devil's Daughter is very difficult to find. I saw it on the Sci-Fi Channel a few years ago and haven't been able to locate it since. Interestingly, it runs an hour and a half with commercials, whereas most TV movies run two hours. Fun, scary, and short!
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