Brilliant scientist Caulfield Tillingwurst, played by director Colin Burrowes, is determined to unlock the dark secrets of the orgasm. He and his beautiful assistant Ulthar the nurse (Samantha Dark) are conducting research into sex and sensuality. However, Ulthar thinks Caulfield has gone too far as he reveals his daring plan to reawaken the dormant and atrophied sex organs in man by administering his experimental drug to his prostrate using a tomato. The film is a parody of the H.P. Lovecraft story 'From Beyond'. It also parodies the 1986 film version of that story and in particular the sexual element added to that film. The melodramatic, flowery language of Lovecraft and his use of obscure and obsolete words are also parodied. Written by
14 March 2007 (Canada)
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"Beyond Lovesauce" was first conceived as a film within the film "Pretend It's Yesterday Again" but due to problems during production they ended up become two entirely different productions. See more
Your 5 feeble finger reject the boundless complexities of my anus. I am not Joking. Within 24 hours this tomato will pump lycopene into my prostate and surrounding areas awakening sex organs that exist in us as atrophied or rudimentary vestiges. Lycopene will open up new pleasures unknown to any man. We will learn what dogs howl at in the dark and what cats stick their barbed pricks into after midnight.
Ulthar, The Nurse
Caulfield Tillingwurst you are a madman and I don't ever want to see you again.