The title of this film in Danish is “Under sandet” meaning “Under the sand”, while the English title is a bleak pun on the subject matter, which is what director Zandvliet describes as the “never documented story of the dark side of Denmark’s war history”.
A uniquely uncanny experience, Vampir Cuadecuc ticks all the boxes while transcending them in a very strange fashion.
Emotional domestic drama meets tentacled sex horror flick – that doesn’t happen often, does it?
Not being an expert on the history of India and what led up to partition in 1947, it is difficult for me to comment on the accuracy or otherwise of the events depicted in this film
Retro-future space age fantasy meets retro-18th century legend in this gentle gem of a film
Pabst’s earthy war film is a devastating watch, seeming to come from a time before war films were recast in terms of heroes, heroism and visual clichés.