A demented sculptor kills his girlfriend (Romi Koch) and turns her into a mannequin. At last,he has his perfect woman. But he still imagines her taunting him, and her beauty inspires oneman after another to kill to possess the now haunted doll. The tone is meant to be blacklyhumorous, some effort has gone into the camera work, and there is a subtext here about maleobjectification of women. But Koch’s line readings are so inept, and the storytelling so elliptical,that the ef…ort falls flat, and is completely outclassed by the similarly themed Love Object(whose trailer is also on this disc).
The sound is 2.0, but more is not necessary. The means at the film’s disposal are verylimited, and only the music makes use of the rear speakers. The sound is clean enough, but failsto impress.
The picture is fullscreen, but its trailer is widescreen, leaving this viewer feeling a bitinsulted. The image is a bit muddy, and there are some grain issues here. You can make outwhat’s going on all right, but this is hardly eye candy.
There are six deleted scenes, a still gallery, a storyboard montage for the entire film, theposter, and a batch of trailers. The menu is basic, and the special features screen is verycluttered.
An honourable attempt, but as erotic horror comedies go, this isn’t anything to write homeabout.
Special Features List
- Deleted Scenes
- Still Gallery
- Storyboard Montage