James Rolfe: It's Cinemassacre's "Monster Madness"! I don't know how I'm gonna explain this one. Like most people I first learned of "Daughter of Horror" because it's the movie that they're watching in "The Blob".
Narrator: Yes… I am here… The demon who possesses your soul.
James: It's the cheesiest narration I've ever heard. I didn't even think it was a real movie, but yes it is. The original title was "Dementia", but not only was the title changed to "Daughter of Horror", the narration was added in.
The plot deals with the subconscious so there isn't really any way to describe it. Basically this woman is going around at night having flashbacks to a horrible event from her childhood, where her father killed her mother and then she killed her father. There's no dialogue – it's like one long nightmare. It's obvious that it's very low budget but it's almost like a student film.
Watching it is like going into a trance; you just let your mind go and try not to make sense of it. Watching it with or without the narration is a different experience. Either way, the soundtrack creeps you out, but the narration gives it a little bit of cheese factor. And if you're in the right state of mind this can be a fun flick.