1994. Jan "Tequila" Scheppers brother has on the attic of a house an Orgy organized. To do this, he used a drug the sexually attractive and also stimulated. During this Orgy, there was a ...
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1994. Jan "Tequila" Scheppers brother has on the attic of a house an Orgy organized. To do this, he used a drug the sexually attractive and also stimulated. During this Orgy, there was a massacre in which all parties Involved to death. Tequila has then to leave the city to return to find himself but he sees that he's back in the house needs to return to his inner peace. He returns to the town and encounters his friends Psycho Mason and Terror. After a strange substance found after the events. A weird and demonic beings is among us, but this is only the beginning of the end.Written by
You are looking for the cheapest film ever shot? You won't be disappointed here.
This is the most terrible film, that I've ever seen in my entire life. And I've seen some thousand films up to now, so that really means something. My not too clever mother has bought this film on DVD. Yes, this piece of s*** was actually released on DVD and even is sold in major stores. The "performances" of the actors are the worst I've ever had to endure in a movie. The director is at the same time the leading actor and he is even proud of this work. (Taken from the bonus stuff on the DVD) The picture quality alone is so bad, you already feel sick looking at the screen. The sound is intolerable and difficult to understand.
I've seen "'Manos' The Hands of Fate" yesterday but in the light of 'Manos' "Kinder der Nacht" looks like the people of 'Manos' knew what they did. You better not watch "Kinder der Nacht" alone, since there is the risk of falling asleep and never wanting to wake up again. Even if you are not watching this alone, it's still hard to get through it without any physical pain. Even Beavis & Butthead would become even more stupid (YES!) watching this film.
Just watch the film if you want to torture yourself. I think I must puke now.
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