The opening features Bauhaus singing their famous song Bela Lugosi’s Dead, setting the expectation for the audience that they were in store for a new style of horror. Scott’s debut film doubles down on camp but his visual style was on impressive display. Though the film is far from perfect, the flashbacks are more than distracting, it’s an interesting film that embraces its exploitation roots.
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