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This is one of the most unusual horror films I have ever seen. The film contained a lot of gore and lesbian S&M sex scenes Obviously a vast budget was spent on the set and costume. This over stylishly designed film did not deserve the dreadful script which was obviously a shameless pastiche on the Silence of the Lambs. In fact Richard Driscoll was trying to act like Anthony Hopkins which was just plain silly. However the scenes between Linea Quigley, the Russian lady mobster boss, and Lucien Morgan, the English Marlon Brando, playing the police inspector, were hauntingly enthralling. Lucien Morgan's performance was mesmerising. This film is destined to be a horror classic, but I don't know why.
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