In a stern test for even the most hardened splatter film fanatics, Roberto Scorza offers a powerful solo performance.
Offering the same taut suspense as its predecessor, there is much to enjoy in this terrific exercise in nerve-wrecking tension.
With nihilism and transgressional fiction at its core, Habit provides a putrid snapshot into a sordid, untold underworld.
Darkly absurd humour, with a deeply unsettling score and cinematography that bolster the portentous atmosphere of dread.
Concentrating on Jayne Mansfield's association with the ridiculous Anton LaVey, this documentary is a missed opportunity.
Endlessly packed with memorable quirks and some exquisite anime sequences, this eccentric effort is essential viewing.