woman named Tabetha (Tammy Filor)
committed a string of slayings and then
killed herself while bathing in a tub of
blood of her victims.
Her sister Maggie (Samantha Klein)
pleaded with the authorities that the
devil took over her sister's body due to
the slayings but is pleaded guilty and
sent to an insane asylum.
Three years have passed and a new group
of people own the house and releases the
undead spirit of Tabetha and possesses
the bodies of the residents there acting
lusfully towards the person she plans to
kill and then drinking their blood.
Maggie manages to escape from the asylum
to go to the house and warn the residents
there about her sister's spirit and tries
to help them survive along with the aid
of her friend Bill (Steve Siegal).
However, Tabetha keeps going into the
bodies and one by one get put away as a
husband named Chas (Billy Parrish) is
pitted against his wife Alison (Georgia
Cobb) who ends up being possessed too and
may have to make a decision whether to
kill her or be killed himself.
The beginning seemed a bit off with which
involved a nurse in a psych ward
talking to the patients with their
disturbed emotions in the hallways as it
looked a bit goofy. But that was about as
worst as it got. It picked up afterwards.
Good shots between both
supporting actress witha man on a cross and a supporting character Tabetha caressing one another as well as him kissing him and then picking up a kitchen
knife and stabbing him.
A good conversation between Maggie and Bill by discussing
about what she has to do to save the
other people residing at the house that's
possessed. It looked fairly natural and
Many close up shots on Alison turning on a bath tub as well
as taking off her clothes and going into
Good close up shots between Ginny making out she's wanting
to seduce Gerry with good shots on her stabbing
him while making out with him.
There's a good moment with Chas answering a door and Maggie outside choking her words out and
insisting to come in which looked quite
A nice shot on a cat approaching
with Ginny looking up at
the cat licking blood from her lips
leaving a nice creepy impression to the
A great moment with Maggie running in the house as well as spotting Ginny by looking shocked after she discovered on
who she killed. There's also a great
moment with her pointing a gun
at everyone and telling them what is
happening in the house and insisting on
tying Ginny up.
We spot a perfect moment with Susan washing up in a bathroom with
the cat staring at her and then having
her break down near the sink and then
slowly rising her head up.
A good approach with Susan by acting slick towards John in a kitchen wrapping her arms around him
and acting sleazy towards him as well as a
good shot on her trying to reach for a
kitchen knife. There's a perfect shot on
her turning her head to speak coldly
towards him. Plus a nice gothic touch on
her taking blood from a wine glass and
A nice evil action with Susan by telling Ginny to give her friends a
message and then throwing the knife into
her knee which looked terrifically well
done giving the scene a great dark feel
One of the best moments ever was when Bill comes to the house explaining a book in
his hands and what happened to the person
who is possessing the house and about the
rituals which includes a nice shot with a
red background which involved Maggie and Tabetha.
Many great takes on Maggie, Chas and Bill looking around a
parking lot in an apartment suite to try
and find Tabatha's evil spirit as well as
Maggie trying to call out to her while
there's nice indoor shots on Alison reading the book with good serious
expressions while there's good close up
shots on Ginny staring at
her evilly and then screaming at her to
run which looked powerful. There's a nice
shot with the two of them chasing after
We spot a perfect close up shot on Chas looking shocked and walking towards Ginny on a table with a knife in her
A terrific struggling moment with
officers answering the door and a
struggling moment with them along with Alison, Maggie and Chas shooting one another and shots on their
reactions while getting shot.
A perfect scene with Alison possessed talking to Maggie sobbing and trying to reason with her
which is another best part of the
Bottom line is that this is a film that was barely made
on a budget as some filmmakers can't get
a good plot out of no budgeters so they
cover it up with nudity but this one had
a very good plot as well as the
performances looking nicely done along
with the rest of it. It just proves that
if you have a good script then the film
will be good regardless no matter how
terrible the budget it.
There's many cute scene's like a cat
watching people as well as it looking
possessed too. There's great mysterious
moments on why one after another gets
possessed and someone explains why so
Towards the ending looked very dark and
creepy which makes you wonder if there
will be a happy ending after all with the
posessions and killings. There's also
nice twisted flashback sequences which
looked very dark and horror like too.
I advise any filmmaker that if they're
going to make a film but don't have alot
of cash like these folks did then make
their script look good and not focus on
crap like nudity and killings as the
films drawing card as these filmmakers
definetely didn't mainly focus on all of
that. There was no nudity at all even if
there was certain adult situations here
This film was also titled Lich
for some stpuid reason as it's not a
cather at all.
The acting is
fairly good for the most part due to a
lack on the budget of this film. Lead
actor Billy Parrish (Chas) plays the
boy next door type in this film showing a
nice serious attitude to his part as well
as showing a nice calmness to his role.
He does well acting tough too when he
needed to be.
Georgia Cobb (Alison) plays the beautiful
wife and at first you may think that
she's only picked for her looks but she
does show alot of great character to her
part too. She speaks softly showing a
niceness to her part and when she's
possessed knew how to speak slickly and
evil like too but there's a certain scene in the film where she needed improvement. She proved to be versatile
on her role in this film.
Samantha Klein (Maggie) showed a nice tense
attitude on set of filming this horror
film showing nice intensity to her part
and does great when she's cringing for
the horror moments that involved herself.
She brings alot of descent energy to her
part in it.
Steve Siegal (Bill) I loved the most in
this film portraying an eccentric type
who is almost like a hero in the film
really delivering his lines strongly and
knowing what he's doing in each scene of
Monica Huntington (Ginny) certainly brought
alot on set with her scared reactions as
well as really bringing it out when she's
possessed showing nice evil expressions
to her face and speaking very coldly too. However, with her panting in
pain sounds like she's having an orgy after she gets stabbed in a scene.
The best one to be possessed was Corrinne
Deker (Susan) as she does greatly with her
stuck up behavior and was terrific with
her blocking too. She was as slick as a
cat on what she did when she turns evil.
She can really go far in the acting
Hilliard Guess (John) really knew how to
act insecure as well as acting anxious
too bringing out alot of emotions in his
part of the film. He was one of the key
supporting actors and proving that he can
be well remembered for his performance.
Lots of bloodsheds
A small part of an inside is pulled out
of a persons stomach
A woman bathes in blood
We hear some cheesy high
and low keyboard playing sounding very
cold like which almost borrows a bit from
the composing of Night of the
Demons but it sounds nicely done
nevertheless. There's also some good army
style drum pounding during the odd
suspenseful moments with the fighting
sequences in the flick all composed by Chris