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BIZARRE LUST OF A SEXUAL DEVIANT (director/writer: Zert Sineca; cinematographer: Zert Sineca; editor: Zert Sineca; music: Ven Rivoli/Allen Williams/Analogue Satellite; cast: Jason Christ (Scott Loomis), Lisa A. Morrison (Angie), Emily Haack (Mary), Angela Zimmerly (Jill White), Scot Spookytooth (Mary's Boyfriend), Mara Davinci (The Victim At The Office), Nos (Nightmare Girl), Billy Kryptonite (Detective Myrtle); Runtime: 70; MPAA Rating: NC-17; producer: Zert Sineca/Chaz Badfinger/Xavier DeWolf; SRS Cinema; 2001)

 
"A fetish film that mixes in some comically styled Euro-horror."

Reviewed by Dennis Schwartz

Set in St. Louis. A sexual deviant named Scott (Jason Christ) sports a ski mask when he breaks into homes of busty single white women, chloroforms them, fondles their titties and molests their unconscious bods, and takes Polaroids as he poses their bods. Scott will go on this spree four times; we will watch him do it to Jill White (Angela Zimmerly) as she showers and to Mary (Emily Haack), the gray-haired woman covered in body art who returns to her apartment after a date. We will eventually learn what's up with our boy Scott when he confronts his ex-wife Angie (Zert Sineca) in her apartment.

This Zert Sineca weirdo film succeeds in keeping things creepy. It's a fetish film that mixes in some comically styled Euro-horror. It has a limited appeal, and only to a more tolerant viewer. I give it its due for being as far removed from a Hollywood film as possible, and for treading water in the unusual world of the sexual underground. 

REVIEWED ON 9/22/2005        GRADE: B-

Dennis Schwartz: "Ozus' World Movie Reviews"

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