I had the very fortunate occasion to see Thor play a show at an Elk's Lodge in 2005 with some close friends and a buddy's mom who worked for Punk Magazine back in the day. There couldn't have been more than 30 people in the crowd but he still put on a great show and was even picking women up and twirling them, breaking bricks and showing off for everyone after people had their autographs. It was one of the most memorable shows of my youth that I'll never forget. THOR! You gotta love him.
There is nothing comparable here to Buttgereit's films other than the fact that it involves necrophilia. The main character is pathetic and the few supporting cast members aren't much better in terms of acting or making their respective characters at all interesting. The film spends far too much of it's already short running time making us watch as the main "protagonist" (if you could call him that) muses over some extremely gag-inducing melodrama. There are some pointless dream sequences with…