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Manoel de Oliveira
Luís Miguel Cintra
The time is nigh for you to take your first step into darkness, so why don't you take the Dagger of Dispair, you know and plunge into thine virginal heart?
[none of Saul's followers move]
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Hell yeah! That's pretty much the feeling the average person will have
throughout this compact and action-filled piece of garbage. It's an
incredibly crazy, riveting and somewhat moronic 75 minutes, it's the
kind of project that defines what B-list horror should be all about.
The hilarious (in a sadistic way) opening immediately drags you in, and
the movie just utterly refuses to let you go after that. Demonic zombie
nuns, fluorescent(!) blood, hot chicks, washed-up gangsta rapper Coolio
playing a cop, I thank God for showing me all this pure uncut
greatness. If all this stuff can't get your attention, I really don't
know what will. The Adrienne Barbeau appearance is just icing on the
cake, brilliant role. Of course this movie isn't particularly well-made
or well-written, but I stopped caring roughly ten seconds in. Loads of
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