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The Adult Version of Jekyll & Hide (1972)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi, Horror | 1972 (Belgium)
A crazed doctor, who has already murdered a man, finds Dr. Jekyll's diary and mixes up Jekyll's formula. He mixes up a batch of the potion, turns into the Jekyll monster and begins to stalk, rape and murder women.

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A crazed doctor, who has already murdered a man, finds Dr. Jekyll's diary and mixes up Jekyll's formula. He mixes up a batch of the potion, turns into the Jekyll monster and begins to stalk, rape and murder women.

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Doctor tries to hide Hyde in plain sight while he gets women hot with lust.
23 December 2011 | by (Edinburgh.) – See all my reviews

There isn't really any reason to love, or even like, this film but I can't help feeling that I'd watch it again and I'd recommend it to people I know who watch the same warped entertainment that I sometimes do. It's no "lost classic" and not even a great riff on the classic tale of Jekyll & Hyde but it throws plenty of nudity on screen and has a mean streak that crops up throughout that ensures the whole thing has a certain grubby and kinky vibe, which I can sometimes appreciate as a plus point as much as the next purveyor of such seediness.

The story has Dr Chris. Leeder (John Barnum, credited as Jack Buddliner) going to extreme lengths to get his hands on a book that details the misadventures of Dr. Jekyll and his dark alter-ego. He then, of course, attempts to make the formula that can cause such excitement and turns himself into one sexy Miss Hyde (Jane Louise, credited as Jane Tsentas). This leads to some concern for both his fiancé, Cynthia (Laurie Rose, credited as Jennifer Brooks), and the secretary that he keeps having sex with (Rene Bond, credited amazingly enough as Rene Bond). There's a detective (Jude Farese) nosing around and time seems to be running out for the warped doctor.

Written by Robert Birch, the movie obviously springboards from the classic tale by Robert Louis Stevenson but I'm also not surprised that the original material isn't credited anywhere (bar the reference in the title) because, having read the Stevenson novel, I can assure you that there were no scenes of sweaty, unerotic sex and no constant focus on female nudity and lesbian moments. Come to think of it, I have to admit that perhaps Stevenson missed a trick there.

The acting is what it is. I've seen far worse but I don't think that I even have to say I've seen much better. The ladies are attractive enough and willing to keep shedding their clothes while John Barnum probably can't believe how lucky he is to be playing a doctor who has a large bed in his surgery and a lovely secretary to lure into it.

Director Lee Raymond (credited as L. Ray Monde) keeps things moving along between occasional deaths and vaginal abuse and sex and nudity. And, sometimes, all of the aforementioned in the same scene.

Once the end credits rolled I felt as if I had wasted my time on this movie. But I also felt as if I would do it again, if given the choice.


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