In a stern test for even the most hardened splatter film fanatics, Roberto Scorza offers a powerful solo performance.
Unflinchingly depicts women subjected to the same processes as the average dairy cow as it delves into the horrors ignored by society.
Overall, what the film does, which is torture porn, it does well. But Evil Dead does not do The Evil Dead well.
An interesting statement on misogyny, albeit subtle as a sledgehammer — but then, this is from Lucky McKee and Jack Ketchum.
The cartoon violence on display here completely removes all sense of realism, shoving the film into torture porn territory.
A masterpiece that will make the world sit up and take notice of what is the perfect portrayal of the psychology of a man.