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Germany 2019
produced by
Crippler Criss for P.S.Y.C.H.O. Productions
directed by Master W, Crippler Criss
starring Resi Elstner, Jim Aal, Sebastian Zeglarski, Raping Ras, Meta Morphosia, Jens Schütte, Marc Gore, Björn Böhm, Marco Klammer, Enrico Fortino, Uwe Choroba, Ahri Kalt, Sasha Kalt, Oliver Ahmann, Hedy Alex, Kevin Blume, Carsten Brock, Heidi Choroba, Claudio De Giacomo, Richard Guzman, Markus Innocenti, Mary Jason, Anika Kolnik, Uwe Kolnik, Patrick Köhn, Marille Leu, Vanessa Müller, Sebastian Rietmann, Stefan Schipke, Björn Schumacher, Mr. Spaschbär, ThYnomite, Master W, Dragoon Walhalla
written by Master W, special effects by Sebastian Zeglarski

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Ernst (Jim Aal) hasn't have any fun in his life due to his bible-thumping father, and he's going on 40 - so it's easy for two acquaintances of his, Till (Sebastian Zeglarski) and Shabbi (Raping Ras) to persuade him to let them organize a party for him, they even promise to bring all the guests since Ernst doesn' have any friends of his own, and a girl for him to fall in love with, Nocta (Resi Elstner). Now Ernst really falls in love with Nocta, that hasn't been a lie, but the party isn't what he had expected, as Till, Shabbi and friends have brought tons of alcohol, there's loud music, people smoke (and not just cigarettes), and everybody gives a shit about Ernst's Christian beliefs - and that's not even the bad part. You see, Nocta, she needs to be pretty much permanently stoned to keep her sedated, and she can't have any alcohol ... otherwise she turns into a brutal and extremely dangerous vampire. Of course, someone spikes her drink though, and of course, she goes on a rampage, and of course this results in a bloodbath, which Ernst, Till and Shabbi can only evade by locking themselves inside of all places Ernst's room of worship. But those Nocta has killed come back as flesh-eating zombies - so how long will our heroes manage to stand their own in their hiding place?


Now that much is for sure, Nocta isn't a movie that's big on subtleties - it's loud, it's bloody, it's violent, it's crude, it's gross, and its humour is very in-your-face ... and it isn't ashamed about any of this - and that's the film's strength, it doesn't pretend to be what it isn't, in the process doesn't take itself too seriously, and is proud about what it is, that being a fun party movie that's best consumed with as much alcohol as is flowing on screen, and that goes well with some audience participation. So yes, it's a movie best watched with your mates, the more the merrier ...


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