This begins with a guy, dressed in prison orange, being led through a prison where he's interviewed by an African-American cop. The prisoner is Matt and he recounts the story of how he met his girlfriend, Teresa (Tina Krause), in New York City and how they became involved with satanism. It's because of her crazy aunt, who has a coven of people worshipping the dark one. At first they make fun of this but soon start doing crazy stuff, like cutting one another with razor blades and licking the blood. And they both wear dark eye makeup. Soon, they are visited by a creepy dead looking kid and a demon with three big clawed fingers. It tells Matt that they have to kill some Christians so that's what they do. They drive out to the country, go to a house where there's a young woman, and pretend they work for the power company and need to check the meter. Some bad stuff happens but not as bad as what happens to them. Teresa is killed and Satan has the girl do horrible stuff to Matt, the result of which we see when we finally get a glimpse of his face in the prison. Then, the cop asks him if he would have done anything different and he says "I should have stayed with Jesus".
This movie has great production values and special makeup effects but I had some major problems with it. First, this 37 minute film isn't long enough. I felt like I was watching a feature that was missing pieces. The "downward spiral" that happens to Matt and Teresa is more like a sudden, abrupt drop. There's nothing leading up to it that's believable. Secondly, the story is to the lowest common denominator--it really has nothing whatsoever to do with witchcraft. The ideas are those of a frightened Christian who has learned everything about witchcraft and demonology from watching horror movies or from going to an Evangelical Church. It's a movie that wants to scare you into believing in Jesus. Well, it didn't work.