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A nonstop supernatural thriller that explores the dark side of underground filmmaking. Gina Sklar, the reigning queen of horror, portrayed by Tiffany Shepis, lures Jake Bubar (Tim Mandala) into the decadent world of illusions and myths. Robert Lonzo (J. Edmund Fond) is Gina's mentor and producer in the world of horror cinema. Someone has stolen the footage from his latest movie and Gina needs Jake's help to recover it. It's Lonzo's best movie ever and Gina's breakout performance. Gina believes that this movie could catapult her out of the "B" world of films and into mainstream cinema. Jake struggles with his own demons internally but in the end cannot resist her. He only sees her vulnerability and beauty and will do anything to help. Jake's beliefs are challenged when he discovers Gina's true nature and realizes that the "the heart becomes savage." Together they forge ahead and deal with the demons and beasts that try to stop them from their forbidden desire. Written by
After love-hating movies like Birdemic and The Room, I've been running after so-bad-it's-good like good cheese. Most of the time, it's boring, or just bad. This one is beyond every synonym of the word "bad". Of all the movies, I've seen in my life, it has got to be one of the worst ever. And that's even considering the budget. B- movies can still be good with talent behind and in front of the camera. There is absolutely none in this. I've seen kids with an 8MM camera do better. I've seen porn with better cinematography. There are DAY FOR NIGHT SHOTS. IN 2016. DAY FOR NIGHT. Double focus imagery is also a common thing, which hasn't been common since, what, the 70's? You know, back when we all agreed it was a shitty technique. There is just no way this was really made. I must've been watching someone's bad running gag or something. I must've stumbled upon a terrible Brooklyn play. This is like a parody of a porno movie within a much better movie... except it's not and we actually have to sit through 90 minutes of the worst movie of 2016 and easily the worst movie of the decade.
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