One of the first shot-on-video British horror films, this zero-budget atrocity from director Alan Briggs nevertheless contains some absolutely bizarre plot twists which could interest genre cultists. The film stars Colin Chamberlain and Ginny Rose in the demented tale of a demonically possessed girl taking control of the children at an orphanage, causing them to murder the adults until higher powers intervene. There's a dream sequence involving zombie-children at a tea party, some gore, and the peculiar notion of having no less a cinematic hero than Jesus Christ come to the rescue at the end. Despite the occasional lapses into complete silliness, this is still a badly made, slow-moving item which richly deserves its obscurity. John Hollandz co-stars witb Nicola Diana, Joanna Bryant, and Mark Insull.