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I May Destroy You
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In the same ocean as Flesh Gordon and movies of the ilk. So-bad-it's-good. And you get to see Emily Booth's naughty bits! :)
Well, it can't get any more low budget than this, but it has a certain charm.
A deliciously hammy Hammer-horror-style pastiche with a great deal of spunk and inventiveness and a whole lot of tongue-in-cheek humour.
The best low budget setting ever!
What a bunch of fun, I love this dirty, out of control rock n'roll movie.
With cameos from Paul Ross and Mark Lamaar, an unusual, psychedelic film.
This has been one of my favourite flicks since I was 15 (when I bagged myself a copy on tape).
Pervirella is a goofy, psychedelic homage to 70s genre movies; it is a melee of self conscious genre pastiches, groovy music, sleaze, very British (almost Pyton-esque) humour and all around insanity.
The film features one of the funniest villains of all time; Sexton Ming ("I am Sexton Ming, I do as I please" lol) and also a very young Emily Booth.