CW: sex references, religion
To echo everyone else, this really did defy the expectations set by the word "Troma" being associated with it. It takes the sex equals death idea and wraps it around the ur-example of the succubus, bringing in a little dose of religious imagery and backstory. It does this all in a neon haze of silk stockings seductions and New York-in-three-sets quasi-erotic setting, but it still manages to have fun (it is not at all self-serious), find some depth of character (not much, but enough to be interesting), and skillful horror direction (that mirror reveal was the most fun I've seen with that sort of thing in a long time). There's no way this isn't a sexist mess to some degree, but if you assume the succubus is a tragic hero, it works out all right.
October count: 47/31