A crazy example of early exploitation cinema that deserves its place amongst the all time golden turkeys. Grave robbing, cue card reading, horrible acting, gouging out and eating a cat's eye and a wrestle between two women armed with hypodermic needles are just some of the elements on display here. Bizarre but oh so awful.
Horrendous acting doesn't matter, this film still deserves 4 stars for weirdness and originality. Independent film pioneer Dwain Esper was a real out-of-the-box thinker. This indie had much more nudity than any of the studio pictures of that time, and Esper got away with it by not going through normal film distributors; he would rent out theaters and promote, distribute and screen films completely independently!
Probably more of a historically important film, but I still had fun. Crazy overacting, nudity, and the weird plot make this a must see for all fans of weird horror. A hundred times better than the mediocre films catered to mainstream audiences.
Una película seductora para su tiempo. Un filme que simula tener finalidades académicas o hasta de propaganda, pero que más adelante deja esas apariencias para tornarse oscura y delictiva. Desnudos y no apto para amantes de los animales, esta historia gira en torno a la mente malévola de un individuo perturbado. Esper se remonta a la literatura gótica, desde Shelley hasta Poe, pasando por una temática expresionista.