Motion Picture Purgatory: JULIE DARLING (1982)

If ongoing lockdowns aren’t enough to keep you bummed out, here’s something that’s bound to take any lingering spring optimism down a few levels. One of the gnarliest late tax shelter outings, 1982’s JULIE DARLING is an uncomfortably nihilistic co-production starring exploitation queen Sybil Danning in a tale of forbidden lust and murder. In his latest Motion Picture Purgatory, Rick Trembles takes a look at this debased gem. Rick sez: