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A proud black man does time in jail where he is subjected to heinous experiments. Once released, he goes about extracting vengeance on those who put him in prison. This includes both ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marlo Monte ...
Charles Murray
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Carmen
Stan Kamber ...
Jim
Tiffany Peters ...
Christina Freeman
Ben Bigelow ...
Harry Freeman
Jake Carter ...
N.D.
Jackie Ziegler ...
Twyla
Ed Sander ...
Judge
Teri Hayden ...
Judge's Wife
Stephen Schenck ...
Prosecutor
Kamala James ...
Prosecutor's Wife
Mordo Dana ...
Physician
Elizabeth McAlpine ...
Mrs. Simpson
Jack Gregory ...
Psychiatrist
Geraldine Marble ...
Charles' Mother
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A proud black man does time in jail where he is subjected to heinous experiments. Once released, he goes about extracting vengeance on those who put him in prison. This includes both seducing their women and murdering them by a mysterious means. Then the hook is revealed - his murder weapon is his own genitals which are now enormous and super powered as a result of the experiments he endured in prison. You heard me right; he kills with his penis and you see it all! Written by Stewmungous <swattson@ic.sunysb.edu>

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They tried to take everything - even his manhood! See more »

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November 1975 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Soul Vengeance  »

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Absolutely the most hysterical...
17 July 2000 | by (Clarksville, TN) – See all my reviews

This film is a gem! Everything within Brother Charles (or Soul Vengeance as I saw it) adds to its effect-- jittery camerawork, sound so murky that most dialogue can't be understood, some really out there dancing and of course, weird action. And boy do I mean weird. Fanakaa obviously was trying for some kind of visual metaphor in this film, but its comic effect overshadows any pretense of seriousness the film may or may not contain. Fans of the genre MUST NOT miss out on this one.


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