The Spanish never shy away from a solid portion of baroque horror. No one less than Bifff regular Alex de la Iglesia (El Día de Bestia, Balada Triste) produced this intense tale about two sisters who share an apartment in 1950ties Madrid. It could be a cozy affair, but big sis Montse suffers from anxiety attacks, doesn’t dare to leave the house and physically abuses her little sister.
But that’s just the start. When Montse is under the influence of morphine, she gets visits by their deceased father. And when the handsome upstairs neighbor makes her heart beat faster, she just ties him to her bed. This all results in some deliciously grim situations, because, as we know from Rec., when the Spanish are locked up, things tend to get completely out of hand.