Lust From Beyond Full Crack
psychological horror with occult and erotic themes from Movie Games Lunarium, the creators of Lust for Darkness.
Another film adaptation of the famous story by Frank Herbert, this time from Creative Assembly. “The Curse” based on the novel by Sterling Dozier.
A sad psychedelic in the style of Bresson and Themairzog, made with a terrible slowness, the equal of which I have not yet seen.
Through the intrus, which connects additional entertainment to the eyes (referring the brain to memories of the fog in Arizona and other scary films of the 70s), practically on the verge of reality and fiction, you peer into the setting.
Darkness in the cemeteries, funeral processions in the streets, ruffians in leather jackets and women in black dresses, whose bodies are covered with a layer of dirt and soot; All of these are the most memorable. And also the color of the skin (this can only be in America), which is very reminiscent of the last film by Peter Jackson – “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” (if you have not seen this soundtrack, you can look, it is simply beautiful).
The humor is very peculiar, with an atmosphere of horror and a whisper of “Have mercy”.
If you have read Dozya’s book, you will have before your eyes the story of a full-fledged cult horror movie of the 70s. True, in the film it was presented in a detached way, and I recognized it only from one scene, which cannot be called otherwise than a “horror”.
After such a name, you should wait a few minutes to feel the humor and horror itself.
Not seeing or not knowing the ending is one of the worst vices I see right now.