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The Night of the Virgin (2016)

Nico, a naive 20yr old man, sets out on New Year’s Eve to lose his virginity. He comes across a mature woman called Medea, who invites him back to her apartment. What follows is a night Nico will never forget….if he lives to remember it.

From the big lettered opening title, this has a real late 80’s midnight movie feel to it. It doesn’t take long for the craziness to start and once it does, it doesn’t let up. I’ve heard a few liken this to early Peter Jackson’s work, and I am inclined to agree. Blood and other bodily fluids hit the screen with wild abandon.

Javier Bódalo who plays Nico has a great geeky quality that makes you root for him and will him to survive. He’s like a Spanish McLovin, someone who has a exudes an inner confidence that his outer appearance doesn’t live up to.

Destined for cult status, The Night of the Virgin is a great gore filled horror to watch on a Friday night, post pub and pre takeaway. Its one I definitely recommend.

4/5

JM

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About me? Hmmm. Well I am a massive movie fan first and foremost. I started this blog as I wanted to share with movie fans all over the world the films I've seen, whether I have liked them or not. I want to show people the films they may not have heard of and give them the chance to enjoy them, or hate them. So thank you for stopping by, I do hope that I can open your eyes to the many, many movies out there. Enjoy your stay! You can follow me on Twitter at: Nightbreed1984

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