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Garnet Williams William Marshall finds a wooden vessel in a cave and opens it, unleashing the ancient demon Eshu, the demon god of sexuality among other nasty things.
It's not long before the ultra-religious Abby begins experiencing floating objects, moving furniture and other supernatural doings in the new house.
She is raped in the shower by Eshu we see subliminal flashes of Eshu [actually Carol Speed in demon makeup] and it's not long afterward that Abby is possessed by the demon, slicing her arm up with a butcher knife and freaking out at one of her husband's sermons at church she throws one church member through a door and drools all over him.
When Abby rips her clothes off in front of two church members Emmett says to her, "Whatever possessed you to do a thing like that? Wiggins Nancy Lee Owensby giving her a heart attack, Emmett calls his father in Africa and begs him to come home. Williams, you see, is also a priest and has performed exorcisms in the past.
Emmett puts his wife in the hospital, but all the tests find nothing wrong with her, so the doctors recommend she see a psychiatrist they never get the chance to go. Williams arrives in Louisville and attempts to help Abby, she runs out of the house and Emmett steals a car! Abby ends up at a bar, where she kills a series of men while fucking them she fucks one guy to death in his Cadillac and it fills up with smoke as she begins talking in her possessed voice.
Emmett and Cass catch up with her at the bar she tosses everyone around like a ragdoll and then Dr. Abby wakes up with no memory of what has happened. While that may have been true the subliminal flashes, the possession theme, trip to the hospital for tests, etc. The exorcism at the bar is a sight to behold, as Marshall spouts religious mumbo-jumbo, while Abby screams out obscenities and acute observations My favorites being, "Loyalty!
This is good, mindless fun that, unfortunately, got railroaded into obscurity. The gray market DVD by Cinefear Video looks to have been sourced from a beat-up 16mm print, but it is watchable and contains the trailer, a radio spot, stills, lobby cards, pressbook, posters and an informative background article as DVD extras.
Definitely worth an investment. A Cinefear Home Video Release.
When her car breaks down while picking up traps in the general store for what she thinks is a rat problem, Marshall Simon Bossella field researcher, offers her a ride home. He tells her that all the wildlife in this section of the forest have mysteriously disappeared and he was sent here to find out why.
After finding her cat dead, Amy and Marshall find themselves trapped in her cabin by a blizzard and must fend off a pack of mutated gekkos!
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