Death by Invitation
Someone's ancestors likely did something wrong to your ancestors hundreds of years ago. So what do you do? Do you try to seek revenge in a reasonable way by writing a book and going on the 70s equivalent of the Oprah Winfrey show to talk about it? Or would you rather murder their modern day counterparts?
If the answer is murder, then you may have something in common with this film. I don't think I could describe this any better than Bleeding Skull has:
"During colonial times, Lise is dragged through a town square. Some of the locals wear KISS make-up and possibly Jordache jeans. Lise is bound and gagged, then burned at the stake. Jump to the 1970s. A fat ad executive with not one, but TWO lazy eyes gets stressed out at work while his affluent family is visited by a reincarnated Lise. Between silent dinner scenes and cops talking about doped-up delinquents, Lise stares into the camera and delivers two lengthy monologues about ancient feminist rites (“Greased and oiled bodies . . . eating . . . naked!”). She kills by fingernail scratching, suffers from flashbacks, and may or may not want to have *** with someone."
And let's not forget the overwhelmingly large amounts of dead eye stares. The lead female makes Kristen Stewart look as animated as Spongebob Squarepants.