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Night Terrors
Tobe Hooper's Nightmare / Living Nightmare

Canada, Egypt, USA 1993
produced by
Harry Alan Towers, Yoram Globus (executive), Christopher Pearce (executive) for Global Pictures
directed by Tobe Hooper
starring Zoe Trilling, Robert Englund, Alona Kimhi, Juliano Mer, Chandra West, William Finley, Irit Sheleg, Niv Cohen, Doron Barbi, David Menachem, Jonathan Cherchi, Howard Ripp, Zachi Noy, Ya'ackov Banai, Joel Drori, Uri Gavriel, Joseph Shiloach, Moti Bootbool, Tamar Shamir, Babi Neeman, Daniel Matmor, Dimitri Phillips, Shmuel Omani, Dov Ben, Dudi Cohen, Gregory Tal, Adam Zilberman, Didi Lukov, Shmuel Aizer, Ritcho Ben-Zur, Charlie Buzaglo, Atzmon Itshak, Liz Gachima, Amiram Gavriel, Racheli Hanig
written by Rom Globus, Daniel Matmor, music by Dov Seltzer

Marquis De Sade

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Young Genie (Zoe Trilling) comes to Alexandria, Egypt, to spend time with her archeologist father (William Finley), but before you know it, he is called away to a dig and she, left on her own, on one hand makes the acquaintance of a handsome beduin, Mahmoud (Juliano Mer), whom she shags in almost no time, on the other hand she befriends Sabina (Alona Kimhi), a woman of the local diplomatic circle who takes her to party after party, and with time the parties begin to more and more resemble orgies. And Sabina introduces Genie to the works of the Marquis De Sade (horribly played by Robert Englund in flashbacks).

Then Genie's best friend (Chandra West) and her maid (Irit Sheleg) are murdered, which drives her right into the arms of Sabina, and lesbian sex follows. But wait, Sabina is actually the consort of Paul Chevalier (Robert Englund again, not quite as horrible but still far from good), a descentdant of the Marquis De Sade, and they plan to use Genie as a sacrifice or something, as some sort of Gnostic ritual. But that's not all, Genie's dad had dug up the Gnostic Holy of Holies, so Paul had him killed by Mahmoud - who is really also one of the baddies - just to get his hands on the Holy of Holies ... which turns out to be nothing but scales.

Then in a finale, everybody kills everybody, and with his dieing breath, Chevalier tries to kill Genie too ... but her maid actually was one of the real Gnostics who now go after Chevalier and kill him, saving our good heroine ...


Oh boy, it's hard to believe that this piece of utter trash was directed by the same man who directed the ingenious Texas Chainsaw Massacre !!! It's a badly scripted mishmash of a softcore sex film set in exotic locale and a horror film of sorts that has as little to do with the philosphy of the Marquis De Sade as it does with the actual Gnostics, the whole background story seems to just have been made up on the spot, and oh boy does it suck.

Having said that, for me, Night Terrors is a guilty pleasure, it's so trashy it's almost endearing, the story is so far-out one can't help but laugh his way through the film, Robert Englund's performance is so atrociously over-the-top it's utterly hilarious (if for all the wrong reasons) and is only beaten by his godawful make-up (what were they thinking), and then there's of course Zoe Trilling, who might not be the best actress around, but she does get naked frequently or at least wears very revealing outfits, and boy, is she hot hot hot !!!



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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