A low budget indie art horror without spoken dialogue
and with a dreamlike quality to the nastiness.
There are lots of Gore and Entrails in this strange film ... and maggots
and worms en masse.
Impressively Dark and Unpleasant about 6 females, victims of a serial
killer, lost in some sort of a Limbo
in a house of Death, re-experiencing their fates and their hideous demises.
The film starts with a woman breaking out of her bodybag
lying under someones house, and she crawls
through bodies and entrails ... yuck ... and when making a passage up
into the house through a hole in the
floor she turns into another woman, another victim of the killer.
The nasty house is filled with victims in various stages of decomposition.
The fat middle-age ugly guy playing
the killer is scary and ultra-nasty performing unspeakable acts on screen
.... and, he's pretty scary also in the
interview in the extras. He will surely be type-casted in the future
as a serial killer, if he make more movies
anamorphic widescreen 1.85:1, english audio 2.0 DD stereo,
2 commentary tracks: one with director etc.
Phil Stevens and one with editor, co-producer Ronnie Sortor, scary interview
with Bryant W. Lohr (10
minutes) and original audition footage with actress Makaria Tsapatoris,