A demon wreaks havoc on a Atlanta. Lilith, Adam's first wife according to Jewish mysticism, is expelled from the Garden of Eden because of her refusal to obey Adam, the man. She returns with vengeance against Man, and his offspring.
Lilith emerges present day in the city of Atlanta where a prominent church leader lives. He is not like other leaders but his bloodline possess a rare gift. A gift unknowing to him can equip him to defeat a demon like Lilith. Lilith, also known as the succubus, who tempts men with their own sexual desires uses this tool to entrap her male victims. Her wrath is slowly revealed through numerous murders of men throughout the city but to ensure her complete and total dominance she must eliminate any potential opposition, that opposition happens to be that prominent church leader, his name Pastor Robert J. Knight. Lilith eventually infiltrates the Pastors life causing him to succumb to his own temptation. Lilith now believes she has cleared her path to victory until she is blindsided by the Pastor's long lost biological son who is now headed to the city to attend college.Written by
20/20 Visions Entertainment Group
I can't score it high or low, it's just average. Only watched it because Lilith is the major player in demonology, wanted to see how they played her story. She was the first woman, beautiful but intelligent, therefore manipulative when need be. Everything all ( male ) main stream religions consider bad or evil. Adam was little more than a dumb animal, possibly overawed, he rejected her. Eve the archetypal dumb blonde was sent to replace her. Lilith is seething back in heaven and starts playing on the loud mouth, right hand of God - Lucifer. He falls for her, she says man up or back off. So he goes for it and fails, all the baddies are cast out to rule in hell as they won't serve in heaven. But Lilith has her man, she's the queen of hell and mother of all demons. But she's got unfinished business, some dumb man rejected her for a silly cute blonde and they're living in heaven on earth. They took what she wanted so now she'll destroy it, enter the serpent and tree of knowledge. The real saying should be " Hell hath no fury 'til the FIRST woman was scorned ". I know it's wrong, but I actually like her more than Adam & Eve, and by the way I'm male.
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