Cult Girls


IMDb Rating 3.1 10 17


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September 26, 2020



Jane Badler as Ragana
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764.91 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
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1.53 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by staunton-gary 4 / 10 / 10

For an Aussie film...

It's ok, just. You can pretty much guarantee that a movie involving Paganism rituals will include nudity, and it does. Plenty of female full frontal nudity. The atmosphere was almost spot on, there is a fair bit of footage in the woods, which reminds me of the time I once received a text message from some random guy wanting to meet in the woods to compare dick sizes, the rude bugger never even showed up. Anyway, this movie isn't a blood fest and doesn't contain many jump scares, the music is loud and heavy, but there are some nice bits too. Overall, give it a crack if you have nothing else to do.

Reviewed by aeongale 1 / 10 / 10

Pain, suffering and torture... mostly for the viewer

Pros: Nice scenery and aerial shots, the chants sound great, few locations are recognisable, nudity, costume design and theme. Cons: It's a mess. You could cut it up into 20 minute sections and rearrange them in any order to produce a similar outcome. It's impossible to spoil this movie because I'm not sure what happened. Something about sisters in a cult I think.

Reviewed by hea_andw 1 / 10 / 10

Overpowering Music

The music is so loud and overbearing -- prominently by chants -- that, without a subtitles option (of which there isn't one) it makes it extremely difficult to hear what the characters are actually saying (the monk (?) just sounds as though he's mumbling ... and the other characters / actors, you can't tell what they're saying at all. I turned the film off barely five minutes in due to this issue. The key "inconsistency" is also that the opening statement claims that the events tak place in "Europe in the 13th century ... the last place to be Christianisized" (not even a real word): but takes place in "Terra Australis" (ok ...), and where -- for the 13th century -- obviously white people (of which there weren't any) had electronic lamps and school halls ...There is no contradiction to this supposition, and the film never states differences / otherwise. Honestly: don't watch this (ahem) "horror"

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