Horror veteran Stuart Gordon's DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS, a 1990 made for-TV movie released to home video in 1994, is a paltry chiller that makes much use of its gothic European settings and not much else. A creaky walk-through by Tony Perkins in the last stages of his career doesn't help.
After her mother's death, attractive high school teacher Catherine Thatcher (Mia Sara) returns to Romania in search of the father she never knew. Armed only with a faded snapshot, she quickly butts heads with dashing embassy functionary Jack Devlin (Jack Coleman), and is adopted by Max (Deszo
Garas), her very own English-speaking cab driver. Persistent questioning leads her to An...