Blood Rose Reviews

  • Aug 19, 2010

    Another odd evening, courtesy of Geoff Wallis (of Cinema Fiasco) and Mondo Macabro. This one is a vaguely smutty French ummm... Horror film. Upside: menacing dwarves (named Igor & Olaf who wear a car seat cover and a rug, respectively), gratuitous nudity, and the French Kojak. Downside: incredibly long flashback sequences to set up the plot. Lots of implausible action (looking for your missing sister? Get your kit off and wander around the chateau in a filmy nighty with a candelabra - that'll do it.) Pretty arty. And french.

    Another odd evening, courtesy of Geoff Wallis (of Cinema Fiasco) and Mondo Macabro. This one is a vaguely smutty French ummm... Horror film. Upside: menacing dwarves (named Igor & Olaf who wear a car seat cover and a rug, respectively), gratuitous nudity, and the French Kojak. Downside: incredibly long flashback sequences to set up the plot. Lots of implausible action (looking for your missing sister? Get your kit off and wander around the chateau in a filmy nighty with a candelabra - that'll do it.) Pretty arty. And french.