Sacha is an aging, well-established London 'male escort' with a select clientèle of weekly socialite ladies, such as baroness James, who expect an impeccable service he can only provide thanks to his in-living 'orderly', handsome 'clever Trevor', who moonlights as nude arts class model. Ben is a rising novice, who seeks their coaching. When Sasha makes a bad fall, Trevor must cover during his recovery, but jealous Sasha is far from grateful.
- Stars:Sacha Tarter, Trevor Sather, Susannah York, Anna Massey, Siân Phillips, Angela Pleasence, Basil Moss, Ben Willbond, Gregor Truter, Jon Ivay, Paul Moody, Clem Boden, Russ Holloway, Anna Hourmouzios, Sophie Linfield,
- Director:Richard Bracewell,
- Writer:Sacha Tarter, Trevor Sather, Richard Bracewell
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(es) wrote: Brill film! Would recommend to anyone.
(au) wrote: Wow, I have not seen a movie this horrendous in a while. The plot is the BIGGEST RIPOFF of Silent Hill meets Jacob's Ladder, the former being quite better and the latter being 1,000 times better. The visuals are neither scary nor creepy. The performances suck. It's one of the worst films I have ever seen to this day.
(br) wrote: A pretty sweet little horror flick essentially about satanism/black magic and our hero's attempts to stop it. The editing in this film is very well done, it features a lot of creepy moments and fast cutting which really gets you into the world of satanism. There are some hollywood cliche's through out but the film does a good enough job of keeping your interest/creeping you out that its forgiven. Definitely worth checking out for anyone that is interested in psychological horror and likes their gore.
(es) wrote: blues mashed up with tuvan throatsinging? amazing!
(au) wrote: Eric Idle and Neil Innes spoof the Beatles -- and when I say that I mean that this really is a spoof of the Beatles specifically rather than something larger like a spoof of rock music itself (which Spinal Tap managed to achieve). But the songs here are pretty great -- the Beatles one step removed and half deranged. But I think I like the 90s Shimmy Disc cover versions better than the actual soundtrack. As far as comedy goes, well, look elsewhere (although this is about as funny as Magical Mystery Tour film itself, perhaps).
(mx) wrote: Yeah!!!!!!!!!! Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!
(es) wrote: Pretty insightful documentary.