Her large, stupid eyes watched me pee. A thousand kisses later: will she still remember the taste of my tool on the tip of her tongue?
Pretty underwhelming. The backdrop of the Iran-Iraq War gives it a thematic/metaphorical edge over most modern horror movies, so it at least feels unique in that regard. The problem is that it's a slow burn that burns way too slow - when it finally gets to the last ten minutes, the horror is so generically presented that the epilogue-less ending feels anticlimactic.