"Huntress:Spirit of the Night" is about a woman who returns to her birthplace in England, only to recieve apon her a bizzare curse that presents an animal-like spirt with a storng sex drive into her. She also along the way meets a male photographer and draws close to him as a boyfriend. Then a few atagonists come into play. "Huntress" has a good idea for a softcore/horror flick, and it's fine to watch, some good performances and scenery. But the film-makers couldn't let the main character do much with her beastly slice of herself, save a stylish, sexy nude shots with her boyfreind and at the end of the film. I was unsatishfied enough with that it wasn't scary enough for a horror movie (except for the use of make-up at the end.) The ending was incomprehensible, like the scriptwriter ran out of ideas and couldn't finish the script on time, so the film-makers make the actor act out in from of the camera in a chopped fashion. What a shame, but not too bad of a film. Only Neil Jordan's "The Company of Wolves" was a better mix or horror, fanasty, and softcore themes. It was darker, chillier, surreal, and sometime some good tension. Too bad it was pulled off shelves early.