With the director of "Vampire Clay", Sôichi Umezawa staged a ridiculous horror film. As a metaphor for splat on the art world and all that populate it, the film unites a stylistic reference to the enlightened blues of the 80's emotions (without ever being "retro" complacent), wonderful effects and disgusting masks and sometimes moments extremely funny. This must be interpreted as a parody of horror, as an absurd cabinet, which makes much fun in its obvious strangeness. Narrative that is not very dramaturgically exciting. At the same time though, this is so honest with your media that the fun of the movie is conveyed fluidly to the audience.
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