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Atmospheric french and Belgium production with a beautiful music score
I found this movie when I was shopping at Sam Goody. It was on the Nightmares From the Crypt boxed set. What I expected was a crappy, badly dubbed 70s horror film. Instead, I watched a beautifully photographed, and demented horror film. I LOVED the music score! It was absolutely riveting! It managed to build up an atmosphere of dread and foreboding. The lady who played the succubus was just stunning, and the make-up she wore and her performance frightened me. I didn't care too much for the other characters in the film, however. They just seemed one-dimensional and cardboard. I recommend anyone who has respect for Eurohorror films to pick this up, it's quite a rare treat. However, keep this one away from the young ones. It's features a few sexual scenes that were "bold" for it's time, and some disturbing death scenes. Check it out. 9/10.
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