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« on: January 13, 2010, 09:06:23 AM »

Here's what I remember of it:

- At the beginning of the movie (during the opening credits, I believe), a young woman is raped by some seedy individuals in a forest.
- The movie then fast forwards to a point in which a man (I think he's a private investigator?) is driving to a town and picks up a blonde hitchhiker along the way.
- To make a long story short, the man turns out to be the offspring of the woman who was raped, and was lured back to the town by a cult who believe that he is the second coming (or son) of some sort of evil (satanic?) deity.  Apparently, the circumstances under which the young woman was raped at the beginning of the movie play into this.  During the course of the P.I.'s investigation, he finds some sort of amulet necklace...but can't determine what its connection is.  The hitchhiker takes the necklace to a woman who has expressed knowledge in that area; turns out that the woman is the leader of the cult, and she drugs the hitchhiker (using candy that she had freshly baked) to get the necklace from her.  There's also a young woman who is being held against her will (drugged?) and hidden away in a shed; she's being groomed to be a sacrifice in order to complete the man's transformation.  Of course, all of this is thwarted by the end of the movie.  There was some soft core action between the women, but it wasn't a driving force of the movie.

Does this ring a bell to anyone?  I last saw this on TV; I'm sure it was on Showtime or Cinemax.
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« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2010, 09:50:20 AM »

Sounds like it could be one of the "Witchcraft" movies.  The protagonist of many of those was a man who was part demon (or warlock).  He was an attorney or a PI, depending on which movie (the series was, shall we say, inconsistent).

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« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2010, 11:41:19 AM »

Akira: Good thought, but I'm (unfortunately) aware of the Witchcraft series with Will Spanner, and the movie I'm trying to recall isn't part of the series.
« Reply #3 on: August 06, 2010, 01:33:54 PM »

this movie have scenes where a some kind of satanic cult people follow them to a house and watch her on the outside by the windows and scenes of this cult doing rituals on the beach??
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