Lilith — called Lillith in this movie — may have gotten a friendly makeover of sorts in the 90s, but there’s such a dividing line in the thought as to who she is. Is she Adam’s first wife, created at the same time and from the same clay? Did she leave Adam after she refused to become subservient to him and wouldn’t return to the Garden of Eden after she’d made love to the archangel Samael? Or is Lilith a primordial she-demon, a vampire, a night bird and to quote the Dead Sea Scrolls, part of “the destroying angels, spirits of the bastards, demons, Lilith, howlers and desert dwellers and those which fall upon men without warning to lead them astray from a spirit of understanding?” Still — it’s spelled Lillith, so it can really be anything it wants!
In Lee Esposito’s Lililth, she’s a succubus conjured by Jenna (Nell Kessler), who has discovered that she’s been done wrong. Lillith (Savannah Whitten) is a redhead that the boys — and girls — of Rising Wood Community College are just, well, dying to sleep with. Well, they get their wish.
While this film has a low budget, it has a high fun quotient. It totally fits into the Linnea Quigley direct to VHS demon films of the past and that’s high praise.