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Alexander von Paczensky,
This movie is about a doctor who kidnaps people, couples who are having sex. He takes them to his mansion where they are being kept as prisoners. He injects his subjects with a substance to 'enhance' their sexual abilities. The curious doctor then forces the abducted people to have sex. While they are making love he drains a fluid from them. He needs this to prevent himself from being transformed into a monster. He gets his instructions from a talking brain. Written by
Rob Zombie sampled some of the Enfermera's dialogue from the English-dubbed version of the film into two of his songs. The line, "Use my body to keep you alive!" opens the song, "Never Gonna Stop," while the line, "Give it to me!" can be heard several times in "Feel So Numb." See more »
I was disappointed by this film. The idea of an Argentinian horror flick was an engaging one- bound to be something different I thought. The main plotline is suitably absurd (mad brain in a jar etc), but the whole exercise is ruined by the softcore inserts which periodically appear.
As such it is neither fish nor foul. The original film contains little nudity and is a standard B&W mad scientist effort. The softcore inserts have their attractions- but jar and should be in a different film altogether. As such I was just left baffled and confused.
Basically the film doesnt work, but is an admirable novelity piece. At least "Something Weird" video do things differently...
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