'The Temple of Lilith' is an arthouse horror short, written and directed by Sodom & Chimera Productions' James Quinn. The plot goes as follows:
'After the last witch of the south became ashes, never to be remembered, the mother of darkness, Lilith, rises from the ground to harvest the fruits of deadly sin, and set an end to the holocaust of the saints, the religious pandemic that tried to enslave and ultimately annihilate her kind. Planting the seeds of the goat into her skull, she goes her way, on a quest of darkness, to open the gates of hell, become one with the lord of flies'.
Starring Hex Suicide from the famous Suicide Girls in her first role ever, scored by the artistic musical collective Musica Non Grata, who previously worked on the experimental horror feature Flesh of the Void, and featuring music by the Canadian Doom Metal pioneers Dopethrone, a band with quite the reputation, the film tells a deeply blasphemous and satanic tale of the rise of Lilith, the the original Eve, the mother of sins and the downfall of Christianity.
Shot entirely on 16mm, the film is somewhat of a mash-up of modern arthouse and old grindhouse films, conveying a unique visual style, combining elegant cinematography with the slightly raw qualities of 16mm film.
The film marks Sodom & Chimera Productions' 8th production and is intended as a spin-off of another short titled 'Sulphur for Leviathan', a 13 minute arthouse horror film about a nun who starts experiencing thoughts and emotions she shouldn't be having, leading to an extremely sinister and disturbing ending. The film is currently in post production and will hit the festival circuit in 2018, with a Vimeo and Blu Ray release planned after.
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