|Directed by||James Polakof|
|Produced by||Beverly Johnson
William H. Parker
John J. Smith
|Written by||Beverly Johnson
|Music by||Roger Kellaway|
|Cinematography||James L. Carter|
|Edited by||George Trirogoff|
|Running time||98 min.|
Satan's Mistress (also known as Demon Rage, Fury of the Succubus and Dark Eyes) is a horror movie released in 1982. It is about a sexually frustrated housewife, Lisa (played by actress Lana Wood), who having been distanced from her husband (Don Galloway as Carl) begins having nightly trysts with an apparition that gradually takes on the form of a tall, dark stranger (played by Kabir Bedi of Octopussy) who turns out to be a ghost from the other side.
The film was released the same year as the similarly themed The Entity, differing in that the sex in Satan's Mistress is consensual.
The film has a cameo by veteran horror actor John Carradine as Father Stratten.
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