Anjo Do Desejo, O / Hellborn / Regina Dell'Inferno, La Deliver Us From Evil (working title)
83' (cover 84') - Source: VHS PAL
Germ.: 18; UK: 18; US: R
Director: Dominique Othenin-Girard (Omen IV 1991; Halloween V 1989; After Darkness 1985)
Producer: Emerald / Paragon Arts
Score: Cory Lerios
Writer: Joe Augustyn / Walter Josten
Director of photography: David Lewis
An ancient evil has awakened and lust is her lifeforce...
Lilith (Isa Anderson), seductress and destroyer of mankind, is an evil, otherworldly being who assumes the shape of a sexy woman in order to use her feminine wiles in a plot to wreak havoc across the globe. When she visits modern-day L.A. she's got her sights set on the cover of "Siren" magazine, and will make scratch out of anybody that gets in her way. Craig (Linden Ashby) is the young man who sincerely falls in love with Lilith, but he might have to murder her to end her dastardly doings...
This is no traditional bloodsucker story, but about the demon Lilith instead (according to legend Adam's first wife, who seduces men and feeds on their blood and semen), who is said to have fed Cain with her own blood - for some amongst us the father of all vampires. Though the movie should be of some interest for every fan of the genre, I would have appreciated it if it had be done in a better way. The FX are terrible, and the same goes for the acting abilities of the cast. Definitely not a must-see movie!