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A woman buys a doll at a magic shop. Unbeknownst to her, the doll is possessed by an evil spirit, and it proceeds to take her over.
I've been lead to believe that there's a pool going on as to which film is finally going to break me. For those who have put money down, I will admit that this one came very close.
This movie is fucking awful. And not the charming kind of awful that people should rally around. No, the kind of awful where someone like me (someone who revels in shit movies) has a hard time making it through the whole thing.
Now, there were a couple of horrible things that I enjoyed. First and foremost was the soundtrack. The "theme song" sounded like Butthole Surfers, so that's good. And the rest was done on one of those Casio keyboards everyone had in…
All right, first off, let's talk about Shirley L. Jones. Shirley L. Jones kills it in this movie, even if you're not judging her by the standards of a non-professional actor who's acting solo for 80% of the film and naked for 50% of that time and being raped by a puppet for 15% of that. In her own very distinct way, there are faint echoes of De Niro in Taxi Driver or Deneuve in Repulsion in her performance. It's really something special, even though it's not, by most objective standards, "good."
Next, let's talk about Chester N. Turner's score. It's maddening, repetitive, homemade electronic stuff, but by God does it work in this context. He's like a John Carpenter…
You know those defining moments in your life? The ones that either let you know you're on the right track or that you need to reevaluate some decisions. They come around every once in a while and they can be pretty cathartic. I had one of those this morning as I pressed play and started watching Black Devil Doll From Hell for the third time in less than twelve hours. I started thinking that maybe I was wasting away the best years of my life not only watching this crap but watching it OVER AND OVER AGAIN.
Then something happened. Halfway through the alternate edit of the movie the Massacre Video DVD has as a special feature I found myself…
This movie will change your life. Will it change it for the better? Probably not, but maybe. Maybe watching this will "fulfill your most heartfelt desire"
What can I say about this movie? It is probably the most poorly made of any of the Bleeding Skull Challenge films. Bad sound, bad editing, bad acting, etc. This movie is really distasteful. I cannot stress that enough. A God-fearing woman (who is a virgin) happens in to a thrift store and finds a ventriloquists dummy. The shopkeeper tells the woman that every time she sells the 'doll', it always finds its way back to the shop. The doll is supposed to fulfill your most heartfelt desire. The woman buys…
How could they have gone wrong with this?! A fun opening song that even at 6 mins still doesn't wear out its welcome. A jive talking tranquilivist doll with rapey tendencies and a piece of bacon for a tounge. But disappointingly it wasn't enough to save this movie from its excruciatingly frustrating pace that just brings on chronic fatigue.
I wasn't crazy about the movie, it started out okay but then became really repetitive, I mean, how much puppet/human sex can a viewer withstand?
I found renaissance man Chester Novell Turner's film most enjoyable when it came to his music for Black Devil Doll from Hell. Like, as in, I'm pretty sure I kept watching it because I didn't want to stop listening to the music?
it's really hard for me to believe that this was made unironically but it's so earnest that there's no denying it. i wanted to watch this with a group of friends but thought i'd scan through it a bit first just to see what we were getting into and i'm glad i did. we watch a lot of bad movies together but nothing like this. i would have been extremely embarrassed to even suggest to anyone else that i was remotely into this and probably would have lost all of my friends if not been beaten mercilessly. so i found it on youtube and suffered through the high pitched ear blasting headache inducing whine of the casio keyboard soundtrack by…
This is the trashest movie I've ever seen. If you cut out the insanely long tracking shots this movie would probably only be 10 minutes long. There's also a weird puppet sex scene that lasts 15 minutes by itself which is really too much time. Just so bad.
Black Devil Doll from Hell is definitely creepier than one would imagine. However, there really is no reason why this film should have been as long as it was. It gets 2 stars because of the killer Casio soundtrack.
Completely awful and cringe worthy sov horror about a devout sexually repressed woman getting raped by a Rick James doll. I hate to say this, but the only thing of note is the rape scene due to the surreal factor of a doll yelling like Mr.T and performing cunnilingus.
The soundtrack is mesmerizingly bad and obvioulsy just sample loops, except for the time he held a single note for minutes!
The direction is bizarre. When and where he chooses to zoom in makes little to no sense and its primarily padding in what is a completely overlong wreck.
We found out there was a dirctors commentary track and we decided to watch the rape scene with it to see what…
nigga ............................................................ delete all that shit
what the fuck
Hoop-Tober, year three, film #13:
I didn't have the prior knowledge that trashy, discriminative, supernatural, amateur/SOV, softcore sex/blaxploitation porn-horror is a thing that exists but, oh, now I do.
"before i give you a lesson in pleasure, i will first give you a lesson... IN PAIN!"
Little happens in this movie other than a woman getting raped by a demon ventriloquist doll.
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