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Sex & Nudity

None.

Violence & Gore

There is a sequence depicting the surgical removal of a human brain including shots of a scalpel cutting through skin, bleeding from the wound and the eventual removal of the brain itself.

Several shots of the removed brain enclosed in a machine are present.

There are a couple of dead bodies shown on screen.

There are a couple of fist fights.

A female victim has a needle injected into her arm and is bleed so her blood drains into a bottle.

Someone is thrown off a first floor fire escape to his death.

Someone falls to their death from a cliff.

There is a sequence showing a man knocked to the floor and the having acid from a car battery poured onto his face.

All of the special effects are achieved using dated prosthetic make-up effects which aren't that realistic in appearance.

Profanity

None.

None.

The brain surgery sequence is both graphic & intense.

There is a sequence of a kidnapped girl in peril encountering some human skeleton's and a dead body.

Some of the sequences involving the deformed Gor (John Bloom) show his badly scarred and disfigured face.

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