The Devil's Bloody Playthings (2005)

William Hellfire has said he considers this film his favorite. It's an homage to the exploitation films of the late sixties and seventies. It's also his only film to receive at least a little critical praise. After years and years of wallowing in the depths of zero budget flicks (often mail order fetish), this was a chance to finally do something solid - and with a massive $5,000 budget, he got it done.

RATING: ☆☆☆☆☆☆

REVIEW: The main selling point here is Zoe Moonshine who is perfect in this role, very convincing as the naive and slightly "off" girl from abroad. You can still feel the shades of Hellfire's fetish work, but it's quite evident he's really trying to make a good movie here - and I'd say he largely succeeded.