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After helping produce Fando & Lis and El Topo, Moctezuma made his first film, The Mansion of Madness. While not a great film, it has its points of interest. More of a series with strange scenes, odd moments and surrealist visions of mad people doing weird things.
The first act is painfully slow and unlike the director's later film ALUCARDA, the film doesn't kick off with bizarre visuals and horror elements. The technical bits of the movie, such as the camera trying really hard to be creative with oddly framed shots, are as bad as the script and performances. Although I do like my oddities when it comes to strange films, this one was just a little too "Far fucking out, man" for me.
It's not hard to believe that the director of this also collaborated with Jodorowsky. A crazy and inventive film that at times will make your jaw drop.
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