Twisted Minds - Underground Reviews

lördag 28 april 2018

NYMPHOMANIA (1994)

Directed by: Tessa Hughes-Freeland
Written by: Holly Adams
Stars: Holly Adams, Bob Mook

Country: USA
Style: Fantasy | Short
Runtime: 9 min
DATE: 2018-04-28 | WRITER: CHRISTOPHER BOUCHIE SCREENSHOTS:

From the second the film opened with two branches spreading to reveal Holly Adams as a fairy laying on a rock in the woods, I knew that this was going to be neat.

Set to an orchestral score that reminded me of 'Fantasia' or something equally Disney, Nymphomania stars ultra babe Holly Adams as a woodland pixie creature who spends her days doing sketchy ballet in the forest and other generally fairy-type things. One day she prances through the wrong part of the woods and catches the attention of a sleazy looking faun, played by Bob Mook. He watches her from a distance as she twirls around innocently, and he masturbates his massive half-man/half-goat dick. He creeps closer and closer, never taking his long taloned hands off of his dick. Eventually the fairy loses her little fairy outfit and continues to traipse around nude, this throws the faun into a testosterone fueled tizzy. Unable to contain himself, the faun takes his giant dick and descends upon the fairy, assumably with interspecies mythological creature rape on his mind. A chase scene that could rival any low budget rape/revenge film ensues but the faun is too powerful for the fairy and he gets his way. Massive goatman cock impaling her and poking out threw her stomach, blood and cum galore. It ends with the faun pulling out of the fairy, who’s dying on the ground, and blowing into a horn. The end.

It really played out like a gritty New York street level ballet. It was silent and black and white and the music was like something you’d expect to hear during Olympic figure skating. It was also extremely well shot for something as amateur as it was. Of course the cinematography wasn’t perfect but there was definitely more to it than there needed to be and that brought it to a different level.

The costumes were great. They both had pointy ears that didn’t look fake, the faun had giant realistic claws and big gnarly fangs. Holly Adams made for a great fairy and Bob Mook made for a great slime ball version of Pan.

I half expected it to have some sort of happy ending, the fairy escaping and the faun getting mythological blue balls. But to my surprise, it didn’t. The villain got what he wanted at the expense of the heroine’s life. Which is pretty dark.

Definitely a cool film and something different from the cinema of transgression movement. I’m going to explore Tessa Hughes’ filmography more for sure.







MORE DETAILS:

Produced by: Tessa Hughes-Freeland, Holly Adams
Cinematography by: Tessa Hughes-Freeland
Editing by: Tessa Hughes-Freeland, Holly Adams
Special Effects by: Trish More
Music by: -
Language: English
Color: Black and white

DistributorBFI Video



CHRISTOPHER BOUCHIE:

Writer for Twisted Minds. Crazy American guy, collaborates together with his homebro Crack Sizzlack and Four Twenty Film Reviews. Have a great knowledge about movies and music and has been on the track as long as he can remember. He has a huge VHS-collection and is responsible owner of the underground movie distribution label King of the Witches and has written and directed the feature film In Furs (2016).
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