Clive Barker made his feature film debut with a twisted ode to S&M, oddballs, and outcasts. Though Barker has come close to reaching this same level of greatness he has still yet to make a film that works as well this does. This has some of the more impressive set pieces from a horror film and a way of slowly building the intensity of the story until the audience is at the breaking point. This is Barker at his best.
See you on forty deuce,
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