A horror anthology follows the Demon Lilith who punishes men for their indiscretions against women. Lilith is a figure in Jewish mythology, developed earliest in the Babylonian Talmud (3rd to 5th centuries). Lilith is a dangerous demon of the night and who is sexually wanton.
Who's watching Oliver tells the story of a mentally unstable loner lost in a life forced upon him. By night Oliver aimlessly wanders the streets and bars on what can only be described as a ... See full summary »
Russell Geoffrey Banks,
Sara Malakul Lane,
After catching her long-term boyfriend cheating, Jenna turns toward elements she doesn't fully understand to get revenge. Said vengeance comes in the form of a succubus named Lillith, who embarks on a bloodthirsty, sex-fueled rampage.
A contemporary take on Dante's 'Inferno,' 'Lilith' is the story of Sarah Wilson, who finds herself haunted by visions of her tragically murdered younger sister, Lilith. After a night of ... See full summary »
Lilith would have been the first woman of humanity, but she was expelled from heaven and doomed forever for opposing the patriarchal system of the kingdom of heaven. Now she is back, with her servants and her thirst for vengeance to destroy the order created by God and the Devil.Written by
Yes, the acting is terribly weak. The directing is lame. All the cinematic crew are, with the exception of the props may, sub-par.
It worth 4-5 out of 10, if you can get over these unqualified actors, weird camera angles, and overal half-amatourish weaknesses, but this is like Cradle of Filth without the over-the-top violence what moved that movie.
Lastly, Noël VanBrocklin has some physical condition what makes her do those weird, smirky, one-sided smiles, or what? She is beautiful, but need some actingclasses and a mirror/watching back what she's doing, or will end up in porn. Not that anything's bad with that.
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