This is a pretty cool lil exploitation flick that has a certain atmosphere that you only find in some UK based films from that era. The characterisation and scenery has a way about it that I don't find elsewhere, though this one has a meaner streak than most which caused it to be the only British film to earn a place on the official 'video nasties' list in the early 80s. Not that it stands out as particularly shocking, bearing in mind the farce of that moral crusade.
I won't delve into the plot. It's a simple story of paranoid Udo Kier struggling internally with some events from his past w... read the rest.