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Blood Orgy of the She Devils
Die Blutorgie der Satanstöchter / Female Plasma Suckers

USA 1972
produced by
Ted V. Mikels for Occult
directed by Ted V. Mikels
starring Lila Zaborin, Victor Izay, Tom Pace, Leslie McRae, William Bagdad, Ray Myles, Kebrina Kincade, Paul Wilmoth, Annik Borel, Curt Matson, Lin Henson, Erica Campbell, John Nicolai, Sherri Vernon, Dallas Beardsley, Lister Shaw, Carla Green, Sam Scar, Laine Karlos, George Wilhelm, Kim Sudol, Vincent Barbi, Chris Capen, Brett Mariott, Jeff Goodman, Al Esbjorn, John Willard, Augie Tribach, Lillian McBride, John Ricco, Celine Mikels
written by Ted V. Mikels, music by Carl Zittrer, special effects by Lee James

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Lorraine (Leslie McRae) makes regular visits to Mara (Lila Zaborin), a witch who does all the usual stuff, cardreading, regressions, seances and such. Her boyfriend Mark (Tom Pace) is more than a little suspicious about the witch, but since he loves Lorraine, he tags along.

Of course, Mark's suspicions are far from unfounded, actually Mara is also involved in an espionage affair in which she kills a diplomat at a social gathering by mere telepathy while being miles away. Later, those who hired Mara want to get rid of her and shoot both her and her butler Toruke (the indescribable William Bagdad), but as a witch, naturally, death means little to Mara and she soon resurrects herself and Toruke too. Then she takes revenge on those who have killed her ...

Mark meanwhile has contacted his professor friend Helsford (Victor Izay) and told him about Mara the witch, then though he visits Mara together with Lorraine and takes part in a regression session during witch he sees himself in a past life killed by native Americans at a stake - and back in the now, Mark suddenly finds himself to be the centerpiece of one of Mara's blood orgies - with him supplying the human sacrifice.

By that time though, Doc Helsford has called in his professor friends who all prove to be white magicians, and by pure magic they put an end to Mara's black magic. All of Mara's minions die in the process, only Mara turns into a bat and tries to escape, but the professors catch the bat and throw her into the burning oven ...


Yes, Blood Orgy of the She Devils is a bad film, it's sloppily scripted, the actors all have their limitations, the special effects are decidedly not so special, and sets props and costumes could have done with a bigger budget. Yet Blood Orgy of the She Devils is also wonderful, at least for the connoiseur, a silly and sensationalistic but also laugh-inducing piece of trash cinemathat never tries to be more than it is - and this way is totally entertaining and enjoyable - but maybe only to those who really dig trash cinema in the first place ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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