Sunday, November 27, 2011

Sacristan of the Devil.

After witnessing a priest being murdered with a pointy silver & gold crucifix, little Pedro swears in the House of God that he will kill the assassins and all sinners in town. Years later, Pedro grows up. He helps around at a new church, and dresses up as a Sacristan at night to kill sinners with that old silver & gold crucifix. People around town are being killed by this fake Sacristan. The cops search hard for clues leading to the identity of the killer Sacristan.

El Sacristan Del Diablo (aka "Sacristan of the Devil") is such a silly film. First of all, we're to believe Pedro is just some psycho, but then near the end of the movie he seems to be possessed by the devil. It doesn't make any sense but oh well. Then there's Jorge Luke.... He wears a fake mustache in this movie. In order to catch the killer, he dresses up as a homeless dude with a mustache. The mustache looks real and now I believe he wears this fake mustache in other movies. I'm so disappointed with Luke now..  Then there's the sex scene. It's just plain awful. The music playing during the fucking is repetitive. The only thing we really see are hands caressing a back and an awkward man chest camera zoom. Just awful!

Unlike Goodnight God Bess, we actually see the religious psycho killing! They're great scenes too. Best part about this movie is when Jorge Luke screams and yells after his partner dies in his arms. It is so damn hilarious! Luke just can't fake yell In pain. If Sebastian Ligarde wasn't in this movie, then it would be an awful movie. He definitely knows how to play a psycho/demon in movies. Sacristan Del Diablo is a cool movie to watch at night. If you plan on watching it, please skip the sex scene. That part is a big fucking waste of time. Now the part before the sex scene, where red headed Eva Garbo changes clothes... Wowza! That part is a must see! 5/10.

2 comments:

Ty said...

Great write-up! Love the box art. It is like a mix of Lethal Weapon, religion and American Ninja.

horax said...

Where can I get this film?