‘There is no God. There is only Jezebeth’
Jezebeth is a 2011 American horror film written, produced and directed by Damien Dante (Jezebeth 2: Hour of the Gun). It stars Bree Michaels (Mother’s Milk; Waterfront Nightmare), Katie Auerbach and Colleena Corrigan (Dark Hallways).
In the attic of her ancestral home, Jezebeth, at war with God, unwittingly discovers a nineteenth century diary that details the summoning of a demon.
Jezebeth succeeds in breaking a satanic code inside her hell room which creates for her two realities. Lenora Blandy (Madeline Maser), a devout Catholic, endlessly tortured at the hands of Jezebeth, has come to the end of her rope. Nowhere to run, nor hide. She’s forced to confront her demons…
” …we get 5 to 10 minute segments scattered throughout the film filled with generic hard rock and gothic imagery. The acting in this film is very amateurish and very over-dramatic by the entire cast. The film tries to be serious in tone but turns into an unintentional comedy when each scene becomes laughable…” Blacktooth, Horror Society
“It tries to be a film by having a very thin strand of plot lacing through the guitar solos, but for the most part, this is an extended collection of bad metal music. There’s no interest in making the plot work. The film is cast with five girls with long dark hair who look almost identical, so you don’t know who is who and given that none of the characters really have personality, it doesn’t really matter.” Ambush Bug, Ain’t It Cool News
“The “plot” consists of goth girls chatting interminably and arguing in the most boring way imaginable. Viewers are treated to an extended tarot reading along with a mid-section interlude in a real-life strip club complete with all the nudity you could wish for. Add in a terrible score and you have a bottom of the barrel production.” Leofwine_draca
Bree Michaels, Katie Auerbach, Colleena Corrigan, Galina Emmerich, Baby D. Frost, Amanda Jean, Kelsey Kozak, Madeline Maser, Wolf McKinney, Drake Mefestta, Jeff Swan, Adrian Willoughby.