Pathfinder's starting to win me over. I told one of my friends at work about "Mom's Secret Friend" and she and I talked about it over lunch.
Come to think of it, that movie could've taken place during the 50s and almost nothing would need to be changed. Holy shit, it'd work perfectly. All those stay at home moms would be undergoing indoctrination while the kids are at school and the men are at work. Maybe Pathfinder'll make something similar to 'Mom's Secret Friend' that takes place during that time period.
By the way, it think I know what's my favorite movie on Pathfinder so far. It's a supernatural movie called 'Sinful Awakening' that takes place in 19th century Boston It's about an incubus that's gets brought into a Boston nunnery after disguising itself as a young man who saves one of the nuns from a mugger and asks to be sheltered within the convent for a few days.
I think one of my favorite scenes is when Sister Mallory, one of the nuns under the incubus's control, is in her quarters during her evening prayers. After giving her usual thanks, she nervously double checks to make sure she's alone and gives her thanks to the devil for creating the incubus. "I thank you, Lucifer Morningstar, Lord of the Pit, for bestowing me with the love of my life. I look forward to the day we are wed before our lord and savior."
What really got me was how happy she sounded and how she just didn't notice the contradictions in what she was wishing for.
The movie ended with the incubus taking over the nunnery and the nuns being pregnant with his children. The final scene showed a few of them going for a walk through a part of the building that overlooked the harbor and happily chatting about what their kids would do when they grew up. Sister Mallory hoped that hers would become a captain of industry while Sister Tanner was dead set on hers being some patron of the arts. They all wanted their half demon children to have high positions in society.
It was all so wonderfully...subversive.