Daughters of Satan

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Released 1972

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Director:
Hollingsworth Morse
Released:
1972
Rating:
R
Daughters of Satan is a 1972 horror film directed by Hollingsworth Morse. When museum curator James Robertson (Tom Selleck) goes to an antique store in the Philipines, he finds a painting of three women and a black dog being burned during the Spanish Inquisition. Oddly enough, one of the women in the picture looks just like his wife, Chris (Barra Grant), so he decides to bring it home. When Chris sees the painting, she instinctively knows that it is a painting of the deaths of the witches in the Duarte Coven in 1952. She soon meets a black dog like the one in the painting and knows that it is named Nicodemas before she sees its collar. Chris's knowledge surprises both herself and James, and they soon realize that they both have a very strange connection to the painting. When the other witches from the painting begin to appear and try to lure Chris into their coven, James fights to keep his wife from their evil clutches.moreless

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Horror, Suspense

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Classics, Cult, Satanic, Paranormal