Witchouse, a quickie horror film from Full Moon Pictures and director Jack Reed, concerns a young woman named Elizabeth LeFey (Ashley McKinney). She invites some of her old school friends to her creepy Dunwich, MA, home for a May Day haunted-house party. The first couple to arrive finds the house decked out with candles, torches, jack-o-lanterns, and so on before being stabbed to death in the basement by a gruesome-looking old hag with glowing eyes. When the other unsuspecting guests arrive, Elizabeth reveals a pentagram on her living room floor, telling them about her ancestor, Lilith, a witch who was burned at the stake on that night 300 years ago. Later, she raises the demonic Lilith (Ariauna Albright), now a fanged monster who zaps people with blue lightning until they die, because all but one are descendants of the original witch hunters who killed her. Many of the dead come back as possessed demons and interrupt the usual teen horror sexathon with some nasty violence. Executive producer Charles Band has a credit for "original story," which one can only assume means that he jotted down some notes while watching 1987's Night of the Demons and 1985's Demoni on late-night cable.