A woman (Angelina Leigh) stumbles through the woods, naked, covered in
blood, and with no recollection what might have happened to her - or who
she is, really. She reaches a cabin that seems vaguely familiar, and once
inside memories come back, but not the memories she'd like to savour but
memories of violence and rape. She also seems to remember she has been
pregnant recently, but there's no trace of this now - only something in a
jar that might be her aborted fetus. Our heroine also finds a dismembered
corpse in the cabin, whom she believes to be her lover ... and that's
where she really goes off the hook ...
certainly is not your everyday movie: On one side it's of course erotic
horror with grindhouse elements, as above synopsis might handily suggest,
on the other though it's an experimental film with arthouse elements that
abandons narrative structure for the sake of the logic (or lack thereof)
of a nightmare, mixes the erotic with the gruesome and the lyrical like in
the works of Euro genre masters Jean Rollin or Jess Franco, works with
intentionally confusing techniques like superimposed images, disturbing
soundscapes and the like, to properly catch the viewer off-balance and
creep them out. And Angelina Leigh proves herself very capable to carry
the movie, too.
Totally worth a watch - just don't expect your
cookie-cutter genre piece!