Just the thought that there are people out there who would get off on the events depicted is pretty damned frightening. He is very careful not to actually touch the womens private areas because that would cross the line from being a bizarre sexual deviant to being just a sexual deviant. The only way to figure out who might be ravaging the city would be to find someone who has shown a proclivity for sexual fetishes involving unconscious women, but where would you find this man? There isn't really anything to see, some do show a bit of a tittie but they were in fact not what we would call beauties. The movie revolves around a guy, the Sexual Deviant in the title, who breaks into women's homes to take pictures of them naked. I loved the confrontation with his ex-wife. The camera work looks like a home video job, which definitely adds to the realism and rugged feel for the heinous crimes.
With the weight of rejection swelling deep inside, the disgruntled and increasingly unstable Scott begins breaking into women's apartments -- where he chloroforms them into unconsciousness before arranging their nude bodies for a series of sickening pornographic pictures. Too much filler for such a short movie. Not only will your last hour on earth feel like an eternity, but you'll also be quite relieved when you expire. Basically, we have a chubby loser called Scott. There are more flicks out about Chloroforming girls, it's a weird kind of business and for some even a fetish.
You can complete the translation of Bizarre Lust of a Sexual Deviant given by the German-English Collins dictionary with other dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Langenscheidt, Duden, Wissen, Oxford, Collins dictionaries. Nice to see the minor-league schlock-merchants are still in business, but their particular style just doesn't really do it for me. Scott is an overweight loser who just can't seem to get over being on the receiving end of a nasty break-up. It's an unsettling, expertly made movie. Cue the black blood spewing across the floor, putting our hapless hero out of his misery, and letting the viewer go on to better things, too. Morrissey did not reject the past but learned from it. He doesn't rape them, just cops a feel and takes some pictures.
And he does it like three times in sequences that fill up much of the movie's running time. He even starts cutting himself eventually. The taking of the pictures goes on and on and nothing else happens until the final 2 minutes were suddenly out of the blue a white haired beauty lays full frontal before the camera. Sounds pretty disturbing, doesn't it? But will Angie stop the madman before he can make her his next victim? He stalks women, chloroforms them, and then molests their unconscious, naked bodies. Tell him Scent of a Woman came out on Blu-ray. Deciding to bring his reign of terror to an end, she begins to get closer to him. This insight showed how an artist could learn from and build upon his predecessors.
A sexual psychopath holds a terrified city in the grip of fear, and the only hope to end his reign of terror is a young woman who just may be next on his list of victims in this dark thriller from director. Ein neues Abenteuer, was Gina in das Reich der bizarren Lust begleitet. And this one actually ties it up at the end in a bit of a twist, not wholly unexpected but somewhat satisfying anyway. We open on a well dressed man with a briefcase attacking a girl about to take a shower, chloroforming her, and then touching her naked, unconscious body, all set to strobe lights and flashes of color. The same technique is applied to the thankfully rare dialogue scenes; they're all clumsy exposition and painful improv. In the Silent Era, we had pathos, but this is merely bathos, watching the title jerk wallow in his uselessness.
This is a freaky, deranged, and startling character study. At the same time, we do have a couple character building scenes that clear the picture up, at least a little bit. This is not a film I would go out of my way to track down, but for collectors and the like I could see the merits of picking up a copy. But will Angie stop the madman before he can make her his next victim? There's no reason that a new generation of filmmakers, and regional ones at that, could not create a renaissance in American cinema, just as the overrated movie brats Schrader, Scorsese, etc. It almost makes up for some of the miscues along the way. Rare is the 60-minute movie that feels like a 60-hour visit to Yawnsville, but if your doctor happens to inform you that, unfortunately, you have only 75 minutes to live, you should break out a copy of this low-budget chuckle-fest real quick. Sicko goes around knocking women out with some sleep agent on a hanky,strips them photographs them and then the victims wake up dazed and confused and thats about it aside from one of the victims trying to catch the sicko after she is a victim, more of a fantasy fetish film as opposed to a serious film you can tell this by the short running time of 57 minutes, which is also taken up by a long talking sequence of about 10 mins and unnessecary dwelling camera shots of the sky.
A stalker is roaming the streets, using chloroform to knock out women, and then groping their naked bodies. You soon realize he is suffering from severe depression, loneliness, guilt, shame, alcoholism--still you can't come close to pitying the guy. There is a constant, uncomfortable tension as this lunatic does his deeds. This flick is packed to the dreary rafters with scenes that just amble, ramble, wander, and go nowhere. As a masked prowler terrifies a big city by stalking, chloroforming and molesting women, enigmatic Angie learns his true identity. Personally, girls with poor taste in shoes do nothing for me, while a set of abs really gets me going.
I'm not knockin' the flick because it's cheaply-made or less-than-polished -- but because it's endlessly dull, entirely pointless, and swollen with long, arid scenes in which nothing happens. Gritty exploitation horror tale stars Jason Christ, Lisa Morrison. I suppose one can either tolerate or simply reject outright the recent spate of video horror efforts, cranked out by the thousands to prove as Warhol did with film that anyone can make a video. Will Angie stop this deviant from molesting more women? As a case history it adds up to zero, and for shock value, zero again. This movie is so bad i actually threw it away. Bizarre Lust feels like a 15-minute short that was filmed three times, only each time they hired a different naked woman. He stalks women, chloroforms them, and then molests their unconscious, naked bodies.
A prowler is on the loose in the city. The dark sound effects initially seem very creepy but do start to get a little repetitive. This is a slightly disturbing venture but if you're looking for something significantly more evil in the same vein, checkout Scrapbook. The acting throughout this movie is adequate but nothing special. He doesn't beat or rape or murder his women; he just kinda. But they have missed the point entirely.
Here is for you the first part of the new adventure with Gina. When Angie learns of the disturbing crimes, she suspects that the knowledge she possesses may help prevent more women from falling prey to the sexual deviant. One clear indication that an indie filmmaker is making a movie just to get it on the shelves, and not to tell a challenging story, is when you see scene after scene that runs on about 64% longer than they need to. I won't bother you by talking about the so called plot because there isn't much of one. This was produced by award winning underground filmmaker Eric Stanze and his usual St. Even if you find yourself somewhat wrapped up in the minuscule narrative, you'll have little trouble noticing that even the most nominal sequences.