Police detective, Mitchell, investigating the death of a victim of a Nazi concentration camp discovers a nightclubbing playboy who has strange powers over women and is seemingly ageless.
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Nobel prize winning novelist James Hanson (Richard Moll as CharlesMoll) & his wife Claire (Faith Clift) who is a Doctor and has beensuffering from nightmares lately, both set off for a holiday in LasVegas. While watching some in house entertainment at a casino Claire ishypnotised by an English clairvoyant named Cecil Howard. Claire suffersa vivid hallucination about a sadistic SS officer named Olivier (RobertBristol) in a Nazi concentration camp. After the show Claire talks withHoward and invites him to supper. Soon after she leaves Howard iskilled by what appears to be a red light (don't ask). Meanwhile a oldJewish man named Abraham Weiss (Marc Lawrence) who is a Nazi hunterspots Olivier on a T.V. programme and recognises him as the man he hasbeen after for years. Weiss immediately tells his story to bitter,overworked police officer Lieutenant Sterne (Cameron Mitchell) wholives just across the hall from him. Sterne agrees to look into Weiss'sclaims but eventually admits there is nothing he can do, especiallyafter Weiss gives him some newspaper cuttings from 1944 which appear toshow Olivier but since the paper is over 30 years old and Olivier wouldnow be in his 60' or 70's and the guy on T.V. is still in his 20's &therefore Weiss's story is psychically impossible. That night Weiss isfound dead in a parking lot. Lt. Sterne decides to take a personalinterest and investigate even further. Claire is starting to lose hermind. Her husband James is about to publish a book called 'God is dead'in which James claims God does not and never has existed. Claire as astout Catholic is deeply against the book and tries to convince Jamesnot to publish it. Olivier, who runs a cult of Satan worshippers, feelsJames would be a good person to have on board and attempts to convinceJames to join him and his organisation. A guy with a beard named Papini(Maurice Grandmaison) tries to warn James about Olivier, Satan and hisbook denouncing God. Various people die including Claire's nephew Jim(Klint Stevenson), Claire decides that she alone must put an end toOlivier and Satan himself. Claire and Jim's girlfriend Ann (ChristieWagner) conduct a bizarre plan that Claire believes will destroyOlivier for good, but will it succeed?According to the IMDb's credit list Cataclysm was directed by threeseparate people, Phillip Marshak, Tom McGowan & Gregg C. Tallas as GregTallas. I am not sure if this information is correct but I don't thinkI've ever heard of a film directed by three different people and maybethat's why it turned out to be a bit of a jumbled up mess. The scriptby Philip Yordan tries something different and for that it should getat least an extra point. Even though at the end of the day it's still amess with the story all over the place. Things just happen for littlereason, characters aren't that likable and the dialogue in certainscenes isn't up to much. The story becomes occasionally confusing andunfocused. The script comes across as heavy handed at times with it'sreligious overtones and story arc. Almost as if Yordan wanted to make athought provoking horror film with a message, obviously it fails,badly. Cataclysm starts out very interesting and draws the viewer in bynot revealing too much, too soon. Unfortunately this decision to tryand make the plot more mysterious back fires during the middle third asit gets somewhat boring waiting for something to happen but then thingsexplode into a gore drenched finale. The acting is OK for this type oflow budget nonsense, except Cift who seems to speak her lines reallyslowly compared to everyone else. And it's always nice to see genreveteran Cameron Mitchell. Some characters appear dubbed throughout.There is very little, in fact none, blood or gore in the film until thelast 10 minutes or so when the red stuff is splashed everywhere. Inthis sequence there is some real surgery footage in a blood soaked overthe top climax to round the film off. I think the film itself was shoton location rather than studio's and has a generally good feelthroughout, the production values were much better than I expected.While not brilliant by any stretch of the imagination the photography,editing, special effects, continuity and music are all reasonableenough and I've sat through a lot worse. I'm sure a lot of people willautomatically call this film crap as it's an easy target but for thoseof us who like this sort of off-beat grade-z low budget horror filmfrom days gone by than this one may interest you and is probably worthtracking down. Just because it dares to try something a littledifferent if for no other reason, it doesn't always succeed but atleast those involved tried. Overall I'm glad I watched it, certainlynot the best film in the world but then did anyone really expect it tobe?
This film has only one thing going for it and that is Faith Clift. Ihave not seen any of her other movies but she has entered my Pantheonof all time deliriously awful actors on the strength of this'performance' alone. I have never before seen an actor get EVERY lineof a movie wrong before. OK the script she has to deliver is prettydire but every single word she utters is so misread it is brilliant.Almost expressionless she just points her piggy little nose in thegeneral direction of someone else in the scene and delivers her linesas if she were reading them off idiot boards two words at a time. She'sso gloriously inept she's worth the price of the admission alone.Incidentally, the old lady who says something unintelligible in thebookshop is also called Clift. Faith's mother doing a cameo? I wouldlove to know the story behind the making of this film. Any movie thatcan get through (at least) three Directors and two Directors ofPhotography has more potential interest going on behind the camera thanin front of it.The editing was atrocious, some scenes were cut off mid word (theversion I watched was called The Nightmare Never Ends in the NightmareWorlds boxset - this movie has, apparently, been re-edited severaltimes).Some of the Music was pretty good, but as it was library tracks ofGustaf Holst's Planet Suite that's hardly surprising.
I have read other people's reviews of The Nightmare Never Ends, finding thegeneral consensus to be negative. It's true that the acting, directing andediting are below average, even for a horror film (a genre not primarilyconcerned with reaping cinematic accolades). Despite these deficiencies,there is an engrossing story being told here, one with originality,intelligence and believe it or not, plausibility.The movie concerns the ever popular debate of God's existence (and,conversely, the Devil's). There are characters who have the deepest faithimaginable (ranging from war survivors and little old ladies in bookstoresto catholic surgeons and self-indulgent cultists), and those who dismissdivinity as an antiquated notion in light of all that science, police workand human cruelty has shown us. Two men are at the center of thisphilosophical battle, a sensationalist author out toruffle America's right-wing feathers and a mysterious, spoiled rich kid whois of interest to cops, young girls and historians alike.Although this may seem to retread familiar ground, and was churned out atthe same time all the other religious thrillers were vying for a spot onthemarquee, The Nightmare Never Ends possesses excellent dialogue (if one canlook past the poor deliveries by most of the players!), a well-pacedscript,and plot intricacies that are research supported. Barring some garishdisco-era music, clothing and decor, this is a movie that ages well,perhapseven getting better and more relevant as time passes, due to the emphasisonmedia-assisted hype in the film (television, newspapers, and books areintegral, not incidental, to drawing the characters tightlytogether).Although The Nightmare Never Ends is a supernatural tale, there is a greatdeal of pertinent social commentary. It proudly, almost haughtily, providesits own stance on the God/Devil debate in a sceneof breathtaking glamour and triumph. It makes us as viewers consider wherewe are headed in this western world, this modern world of excess,indulgence and brutality, where we need a God more thanever.One final note to Internet Movie Database readers: I must take the time tomake a few comments about Robert Bristol, who plays Olivier. I wasawe-struck by his sensual beauty and magnetism in his performance. Not onlydid his acting ability transcend that of his co-stars, hisscreenpresence was sublime. He has the grace of an angel, and that facewaslike something out of a dream. Why this movie didn't catapult him tostardomor at least pin-up status evades me.Submitted by Penny Dreadful, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
This lost jewel, has a good storyline, suffers from low productioncosts, Mitchell provided decent acting. The climax scene although badediting, has a great end. The scream is great and haunting. Someinteresting visuals, great effects one can could with "technocolor"process or flood lights. This film is for independent horror genrefilmmakers and fanatics.Spoilers: hand coming out of closet is classic, a cheap trick, works,becomes silly and reveal of foot as a goat's hoof, great stuff. Thiscould be reworked into an interesting art house film. Fans of thisgenre should appreciate the visual antics and ending
I`ve rented this film from my local video store under thetitle"Shiver".Until that moment I could never believe that it could exist such abad movie.All the ingredients of the movie`s recipeare extremelly bad.The actors are playing terribly,the story isridiculous,the technical part is awful and directing is unexistable.I amsure that I`ve never seen in my life worse movie than this and I am verycurious how Philip Yordan ,a brilliant writer had participated inthis.As I saw in credits the directors were three.Probably is required a specialtalent to make a combination of so manybad things.A miracle of bad taste!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am a collector of really bad movies from the 70s and 80s (bothbecause Ienjoy them, and I can usually pick them up in the "bargain bin" in manystores). I purchased a 10 movie set of bad horror films and this was onone of the double sided DVDs. But the funny thing is, it was not onlymiss labeled as another movie on the DVD itself, but it was titled"Shiver" in the opening credits. So as usual, I logged onto IMDb tolook up a review for it, but nothing would come up under that title. It wasn't until towards the end of the movie that I realized that themain character who wrote the book, "God Is Dead", was the tall baldbaloff from the hit 80s TV show Night Court- Richard Moll! So I lookedup Richard Moll on IMDb and brought up his filmography and there itwas, Cataclysm (1980)! The plot summary matched and I had found thatothers have seen this mysterious movie.The other reviewers pretty much sum it up- if you like really bad lowbudget horror flicks you could have fun with this one. It was slightlyentertaining, had some amusing parts. The "Satanic Stud" dude who hangsout in the nightclubs with ladies all around him is hilarious. Iespecially like the part where he lifts his pants leg up exposing hishairy "devil legs" and the girl screams- LOL.I'm just glad to know I am not the only one who spent part of my lifewatching this movie.
This film is horrid! I have never seen a movie as cheap or tawdry as thisone. Actually, CRIMINALLY INSANE was as cheap and tawdry, but it was anunassuming and straight-faced horror flick that kept its ambitions in linewith its budget. This monstrosity thinks it can be THE OMEN with a $34budget and a stable of bad actors. The main character, the "charismatic"lady killer who's supposed to manipulate people with his devilish charm isachubby, prissy Englishman with red cheeks and liver lips! Rent this movieand laughwith your friends because that's the only thing it's goodfor.
This film has good intentions. There is something lacking, but I't hardto put one's finger on it. This tells the tale of a Satanic figure whopasses through time by recreating himself. An Nobel author, played byRichard Moll, Bull from "Night Court" of all people, has written a kindof Scientology book about God being dead. It has received muchattention and he becomes of interest to the Satanic figure. The moviestarts out with a Nazi hunter engaging the police to help him capturethe man who was responsible for the deaths of his family members duringthe Holocaust. The thing that is always in the way is that if Satan isso powerful, why does he need to do much of anything. If there arepeople who threaten him (which they obviously can't), why doesn't hejust kill them outright. I know he is searching for souls and all that,but his invulnerability makes him relatively uninteresting in thisfilm. He does some things that don't make much sense in the world ofthe film. The ending is kind of fun, I guess.
I first saw this film in the condensed version in Night Train ToTerror. I'm a b-movie junkie anyway, but I was especially captivated w/this particular segment so I immediately began searching for the fulllength version. I was not disappointed! The setting of this film is sofreakin' creepy and Robert Bristol is absolutely fiendish and sexy! Toobad he dropped off the radar after this movie. Yes, I know the specialeffects are quite cheesy (clay-mation, anybody?) but it still has sucha distinct and creepy feel to it and the villain himself is creepy in acuriously seductive way. And when he takes his shoe off!! Let's justsay I cringed and shuddered and it takes a lot for me to do that. Butaside from the villain the other characters are pretty bland and I findit hard to sympathize w/ any of them except for the poor old man whosurvived the Holocaust, and Olivier, years before. This movie lacksmuch plot and good acting but it still holds it's own as a low budgethorror movie that's so bad it's good! There are plenty out there, butthis one I hold closer to my heart than others.
Ah, Cataclysm, The Nightmare Never Ends... a turkey by any other name,Romeo, would gobble just as loudly. And this one's a Thanksgiving feast ofepic proportions. It suffers from production values so low you have to godigging in the dirt to find them, from the sound (awful) to picture quality(atrocious) to the acting (Faith Clift saves the rest of the cast; by givingthe single worst performance I have ever seen on screen, she almost makesthe rest look merely mediocre by comparison). Entire scenes are washed outin a black muddle by some truly godforsaken camera-work, the dialogue islaughable... and so on, runneth the litany of complaints. But, I kinda likedit, and part of the reason I criticize so harshly is to prevent accusationsof bad taste. That said, the most startling thing about this movie is thatthe committed horror fan (you know who you are) will find some trulyunsettling moments, some real, honest-to-God creeps. They're few and farbetween, but they are there, and make the rest of the movie -- let's not say"good", that's a little overboard, but at least *fun*. It's quirky andsurreal enough at times to see where a little talent and a vastly reworkedscript might have resulted in a rare gem. It had the potential to be moreSession 9 than Plan 9, and if it failed, it will at least make you nostalgicfor the good old days when terrible horror movies had miniscule budgets,rather than unforgivably large ones. (Anyone here see Ghost Ship? Mycondolences.) Part train wreck and part cubic zirconia in the rough, badenough to hurt but not without its occasional spark, this is one that everyfan of obscure horror needs to hunt down for that late-night viewing with abag of chips and a six-pack.
This ''film'' is seemingly a collection of unrelated scenes strungtogether by three different directors who must have hated each otherand the business of film-making . Faith Clift the lead actress looksand acts like a dead zombie who's been lobotomized and then drugged ,Charles (Richard) Moll , with the ever changing wigs looks and soundslost , Marc Lawerence in a dual role is horrible in both ''roles'' andfinally Robert Bristol the prissy Satan rep on earth is about as scaryas whipped cream . The nightmare however does end , but only afteryou've suffered a wasted 70 or so mins of this mess .Fans of bad filmswill enjoy this , it could also be used as an example of how not tomake a film .
I rented this film under the title of 'The Nightmare Never Ends'. On thesurface this film appears to be pure amateur. The acting is quitehorrendouson many occasions. The character of Weiss played Marc Lawrence is a Nazihunter, who mumbles throughout the picture (that's until he's bumped off).Cameron Mitchell plays a detective who investigates Weiss's death. Hestartsto follow a rich playboy, played eerily by Richard Bristol. He begins tosuspect that Olivier is responsible.Another subplot involves Charles Moll who plays a professor. He writes abook called 'God is Dead', which starts a controversy. Rich playboy,Olivier, approaches him. Bristol is basically the devil's representative onearth. A crazy monk approaches Moll's wife, played by Faith Clift (whocouldnot act if her life depended on it). He warns her that her husband is beingseduced by satan.People start dying left and right as they attempt to stop Olivier and hisminions.Even though the film suffers from poor dubbing, synching (it feels likeyou're watching an old Hong Kong Kung Fu flick), the film has a sense ofdread from beginning to end that grabbed me.It doesn't have a happy ending. And that's the way I likeit.
I had originally seen this on video as The Nightmare Never Ends, andrecently watched it on video as Satan's Supper. Evidently these twoversions, and the version titled Cataclysm are all slightly different.Additionally, this movie was edited down to form one third of thewretched horror anthology Night Train to Terror.Night Train to Terror can be found on DVD. Nightmare Never Ends is onDVD in a "Troma Triple B-Header" box with two other movies.I'm not sure how the versions all differ. Evidently Cataclysm beginswith James and Claire Hanson going to Las Vegas, where Claire getshypnotized and had visions of Nazis killing some musicians at a dinnerother Nazis are having. I don't recall if Nightmare Never Ends beganthat way; Satan's Supper begins without the Vegas trip and with theNazis, and Claire waking up from it as a nightmare.A Jewish Nazi hunter sees Mr. Oliver on TV who looks like the head Nazifrom Claire's dream. He gets a police detective played by CameronMitchell to take him to see the man in person. They must spend tenminutes with the Jewish guy insisting he's found his man, and Mitchellsaying the man is too young to be the guy from the photo he was shown.The Nazi hunter is incredibly annoying, the worst sort of Jewishstereotype personified x100. He repeats himself incessantly, stutteringand gesturing like an idiot. Not that Mitchell is on the top of hisform here either.Of course, their bad acting has a lot of company in this movie. Moll ispretty dreadful as James Hanson, and Faith Clift playing his wife islike a lobotomized deer in headlights.The guy playing Mr. Oliver is pretty awful too. He's evidently Satanhimself. The monk who tries to warn Hanson is quite awful as well. Anumber of these people acted in other movies together, including amovie about Joseph Smith and Brigham Young! I can't imagine the horror!James Hanson has written a book "God is Dead" that took him four years.It's a runaway best seller, and he's even allowed time on TV to pitchhis message, which is hardly new. Whole families appear to watch him.For some reason, Mr. Oliver thinks Hanson would like to work for/servehim. Since an atheist no more believes in the devil than god (as Hansonin fact repeatedly says), this makes not a lick of sense.The movie is terribly shot, terribly edited, terribly acted, and at thebase of it all, terribly scripted. It is a worthless movie. I'm quitecurious as to the story behind its making, how it wound up with threedirectors, and how there came to be so many versions of it.
"Cataclysm"(1980)is one of the strangest and most disjointed horror moviesever made.The film offers plenty of creepy atmosphere,but overall story isvery confusing.The acting is pretty bad,but it's nice to see a horrorveteran Cameron Mitchell as a detective.There is also a little bit ofgore,but not too much.So if you're a fan of bizarre Satanic horror moviesgive this one a look.Recommended.My rating:7 out of 10.
This is NOT the best movie you'll see in your life, nevertheless, horrorfans should find some interesting elements in there that are worth theirtime. The action may be somewhat slow-paced at times, but, from theopeningscene ( the Nazi dream ), the dark and bizarre setting keeps the viewerimmersed and makes up for the lack of gore that one would expect with suchatitle as Satan's Supper. From the mumbling old Jew to the annoyinglybigotedClaire, most of the characters possess an intriguing side that iswell-developed enough to give the plot a certain complexity. Especiallythefiendish Mr. Olivier. Robert Bristol's performance is probably one of themost charismatic and incarnate acting you'll ever come across in such alow-budget flick. The ending alone is worth waiting an hour and a half toget to. Even though it is not really unexpected, it's original and, mostimportant of all, not happy. There is also a surprising social commentbehind the story, mostly about religion and the 2nd World War ( justice,suffering, atrocities... ). Therefore, throughout the movie, a lot ofseemingly pointless elements remain unexplained or hazy, forcing theviewerto question the meaning of many scenes. It could have been more subtle,butstill, these elements altogether prevent Satan's Supper from falling underthe "horrid directionless crap" category and make it a not-so-obvioushorrormovie that fans of the genre will appreciate.
"The investigation into the mysterious death of an aging Nazi warcriminal hunter brings a surprising revelation to the cop working onthe case. It appears the old man was actually following an individualwith ties to the Nazis, who seems to have not aged in appearance inspite of the passage of over 30 (sic) years. The policeman and someother individuals decide to track down the mysterious individual tofind out his horrifying secret," according to the DVD sleeve'ssynopsis.The appropriately named Faith Clift (as Dr. Claire Hansen) and atheistwriter husband Richard "Charles" Moll (as James Hanson) go to sinfulLas Vegas to see the shows and promote Mr. Moll's book "God Is Dead".Ms. Clift is troubled by nightmarish dreams about Nazis. Meanwhile,Marc Lawrence (as Abraham Weiss), a blathering Jew, has traced Nazi warcriminal Robert Bristol (as Mr. Olivier) to Vegas; and, he reports thefinding to police lieutenant Cameron Mitchell (as Sterne). At first,Mr. Mitchell won't believe old Mr. Lawrence, because young Mr. Bristolhasn't aged in 35 years."Cataclysm" (aka "Satan's Supper" aka "The Nightmare Never Ends") is aclassic "so-bad-it's-good" film. Although others try, nobody in thecast can best Clift's supremely awful performance; her effort isastonishing. Also, watch Mitchell ("High Chaparral") defeat Moll("Night Court") for best artificial hair. Bristol is delightfullydevilish; it's too bad he, Maurice Grandmaison (as Papini), KlintStevenson (as Jim), and Christie Wagner (as Ann) have so few screencredits; their characterizations are perfect.Films like this hardly ever have good endings; admittedly, it's trulydifficult to appropriately end a story as bad as this one -- but writerPhilip Yordan and company come up with a real winner; it may make youwant to click your heelsÂ or hooves, as the case may be. See it with anopen heart, or liverÂ
Cataclysm ranks among those weird el cheapo horror movies that boomedduring the 70s and 80s when independent film-making had became commondue to lower prices in movie equipments. Often with interesting storiesthese small movie productions tried to create cinematic moments whichtheir small budget's barely could handle without leaving a bad tasteafterwards. But, if you can look beyond the cheap impressions of thesemovies and understand their intentions and what they tried to achievewith a very small budget, you can appreciate the result anyway. As Iuse to say, as long as there is an honest intention, thought and aninteresting story, movies like this one can be appreciated. It's easyto laugh about though, but one must know that these filmmakers oftenexperimented with ideas that would probably not have seen the light ifit was produced by Hollywood.Anyhow, back to this movie. The story is quite simple actually. An oldman hunts a young man who seems to have been in all kind of wars manyyears back in time, but this guy hasn't aged a bit since. We learn thatthis man is Satan or at least is a very powerful evil spirit. The oldman lost his whole family in the WW2 where this evil fellow was a nazicommander. A policeman gets involved in the drama and continues thehunt after the old man dies mysteriously trying to attack the evildude. The movie ends with the evil fellow escaping the hospital wherehe's been brought by a Christian woman who tries to kill him. It'spretty logical because only God can kill Satan and the evil willcontinue as long as God accepts this. What's more illogical is thatthese people tries to kill this evil man, albeit he's impossible tokill, failing one by one.The movie itself offers a lot of wooden acting and only a few scareswhich actually isn't that scary. You rarely see any gruesome scenes andmuch of the horror is more like indications of horror. For example yousee the evil man's goat leg which will have you to believe that hereally is a demon or Satan himself. Things like that occurs all throughthe movie and it's probably because the budget was so low. So, would Irecommend this rarely seen movie to anyone? Heck yeah! If you likestrange horror movies, obscure occult stuff that isn't too over the topbut makes you think a bit, then yeah look this one up. This reviewrefers to the VHS release. I've seen this movie released on DVD underthe name 'The Nightmare Never Ends'.Add this one to you horror collection, in the obscure section that is!
BAD BAD BAD flick is low grade all the way it has terrible acting wretcheddialog although Cameron Mitchell usually a GREAT character actor is wastedhere it's not his fault though because he has to deal with a LOUSY scriptstill i had some moderate fun with this i enjoyed the campy performance byRichard Moll and it was fairly watchable but this is just too low budget andamaeturishly made to work it does have a couple of impressive and creepyscenes though where Moll and Robert Bristol meet but the effects areterrible and it does have a few gory moments and a cool finale but killingCameron Mitchell was a mistake he was the only amiable character here otherswere non amiable and a weak lead actress who screams too much and has tomutter weak dialog so overall NOT WORTH IT! * out of 5 i rented this underSatan's Supper
What can be said about THE NIGHTMARE NEVER ENDS? Well, it's NOT aquality film. Everything about it is bad: acting, dialogue, script,cast, cinematography, etc, are all way below average. It's a trulywretched film of cataclysmic proportions. For instance, take thedialogue: Cameron Mitchell says at one point, "I see swastikas swimmingin my oatmeal!' which had me rolling on the floor. It's my new all timefavorite line of dialogue. In another scene, a vigilante sorts namedPapini wants the Nazi war criminal killed. He's been stalking a doctor(played by Faith Clift) and wants her to kill the criminal. One day,Papini storms in her office without her permission and asks her why shedidn't kill him when she had the chance. So how does she answer? "I'm adoctor, I cannot kill." That's it. No anger or anything. It'spriceless. Faith Clift is the worst actress of all time. With that being said, the film is totally unforgettable, not justbecause it's so wonderfully bad but because there are some trulyeffective moments in it. Yes, even with its staggeringly inept qualitythere are several moments that elicit real horror or shock. More sothan any horror film made these days. The state of horror films todayis truly sad when a disaster like this is more effective than 90% ofall horrors films made today.The effective moments come out of nowhere: when someone takes his shoeoff...didn't expect that! A nightmare inducing scene; the nightmaresequences are so bizarre and weirdly shot that they're oddly effective;the discotheque is...eh, weird. It makes me more uncomfortable thananything else in the film; the actor who plays the Nazi war criminal isjust weird; and last but not least the ending which has to be seen tobe believed. My jaw was on the floor.Needless to say even with those effective moments the film is stillcrap. Well worth watching if you're a fan of obscure horror flicks or"so bad it's good" movies. Everyone else should abstain.
Found this at the grocery store on a 2 movie DVD for a buck! Almost noone in this stinker can act, especially Faith Clift. Noticed there were3 directors! Explains a lot. This was filmed at the beginning of the1980's; so, a couple of scenes are filmed in an "evil" disco whichseems to be owned by Olivier, a demon/devil/servant of the devil . . .who knows what he is? Never was quite clear about what this film wasabout. A few good scares and camera shots. Richard Moll appears to havesignificant greying on his temples in some scenes, and jet black hairin others. Some out-of-date references to energy conservation: so 70's.The whole "God is dead" thing was so 1960's--and, certainly a deadissue by 1980. Series of inexplicable scenes; never explained or tiedinto anything else. Did I mention Faith Clift couldn't act? The filmhas something to do with Satan's wish to recruit her character'shusband, while a number of people get in the way. Knuckleheads. But,other scenes make it appear that the devil is after Faith herself. Whatdo you expect for 50 cents?