Daughters of Satan
- 1 hr 30 min
The Daughters of Satan was released in 1972, and starred Tom Selleck, Barra Grant, Tani Guthrie, Paraluman, Vic Silayan and Vic Diaz. This cult classic begins with James Robertson, a museum curator living in the Philippines, entering an antique store. The shop owner, Carlos Ching, is busy showing a customer a knife that was used in rituals; so James decides to take a look around. An old painting catches his eye and he inquires about it. The shop owner states that it is part of a set and depicts three women and a dog that are believed to be witches being burned at the stake. Jim notices that it has an uncanny resemblance to his wife, so he decides to purchase it. When he surprises his wife (Chris) with the painting, she states that it is a painting of the burning of the Duarte Coven in 1592. Disturbed by the painting, Chris starts hearing her name being called, gusts of winds appear out of nowhere and the images in the painting fade in and out. One day while Chris is out taking a walk, she encounters a Rottweiler which she immediately calls Nicodemas. As the dog runs off, she notices that the name on the dog's collar is Nicodemas. Even more strange occurrences take place. A mysterious woman by the name of Juana Rios shows up for a housekeeping job at the Robertson's, but they never placed an ad for a housekeeper. Jim recognizes her as the customer in the antique store and Chris notices she resembles a witch in the painting. Jim is now seeing visions and is attacked when the Rottweiler shows back up. Within no time the shop owner is found dead, the address on the dog's collar is a mortuary and when visiting his psychiatrist, Jim meets a woman that resembles the third witch. His psychiatrist informs him that supernatural forces are to blame and only Chris's religion will protect her against these forces. It becomes a war with good against evil and the outcome shocks everyone.