happens to someone’s life when they unwittingly venture into
the world of Rosemary’s Baby and Invasion of the
Matson is living a dream life. Gorgeous, alluring, talented, she’s
a successful model and high fashion photographer, living a life that
anyone would envy. Why then is she tortured by fitful nightmares of
blood-curdling screams and savage rituals interspersed with the face
of the long lost boy next door?
to find peace and solace, she desperately seeks out the long lost
Nick Brancusi. In him, she finds a painter of turbulent, emotions...and
a rugged, compelling, visceral man of action. For him, ties that have
long been forgotten remain unimportant distractions.
then, when she departs, is he haunted by some chemistry that seems
foreign, almost preexisting? And what was the point in this somewhat
demented girl reading his tarot cards before she left? Motorcycle
accident? What a crock!
the fast paced, have-it-all world that these two have predicted for
themselves, why is there a haunting emptiness that hypnotically throws
them into the worlds of a gypsy temptress, a Hollywood producer and
the nether world of formless alien beings searching for the formula
of what it is to be human.
the labyrinth of deception and abduction, they stumble upon the connection
between the occult and the world beyond the stars.
what will they do?
low-budget film is sci-fi/horror at its scariest best. Intense characterizations,
mixed with bizarre humor, surprise twists and turns of the plot and
unusual (mininal budget) outer space fantasy images. One highly-placed
industry professional termed it “a very original story with