Ignacio F. Iquino's only horror film is as sleazy and gory as they get. It was barely distributed on VHS at all, which is a shame. Former mercenary Frederick falls in love with Helen but is blinded by his furious wife. Hoping to start a new family with Helen, Frederick calls on a fertility doctor to help them have children, unaware that he's a member of a Satanic sect who is going to use Helen to mother the Devil's son. Spanish sadistic re-vision of "Rosemary's Baby" contains plenty of gore and nudity. The eyes are gouged out, the fountain of blood is regurgitated and the unlucky woman is fertilized with the Devil-authored sperm. Wild and transgressive horror film from Spain which reminded me several Lucio Fulci's bloodbaths with its uncompromising gory mayhem. The constant sinister aura of "Secta Siniestra" is almost suffocating. A must-see for fans of Castilian crimson.
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