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The Manhattan General Hospital has admitted a string of young women who have been raped by something otherworldly. The perpetrator only attacks women who are virgins. Dr. Pace and Detective Andriotti work together to try and isolate the strange organic material found on the victims, and to try and locate the fiend. Soon the victims begin arising in a trance and leaving the hospital by an underground passage where their fate awaits them. Written by
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Movie monsters have been attracted to sexy women since the dawn of cinema, but only a small percentage of them have gone so far as to give the object of their affection some SERIOUS monster lovin'. The creatures in Breeders are definitely in the minority who can't wait to get their feelers wet.
In this silly low-budget piece of B-movie sci-fi/horror, several women are left hospitalised after being subjected to vicious sex attacks; the only connection between the victims: they were all virgins (hard to believe, looking at them, but there you go). Det. Dale Andriotti (Lance Lewman) investigates the case, and with the help of Dr. Gamble Pace (Teresa Farley, who sports unfeasibly large hair), he discovers that an alien race is attempting to propagate their species on Earth by mating with 'pure, undiseased' human females.
This slim plot allows director Tim Kincaid to string together a series of lurid scenes in which his virginal young women get buck naked (they may be pure, but they sure ain't shy!), whilst also throwing in the odd spot of gore for splatter fans (Ed French's effects are, for the most part, rather laughable, although there is an impressive bit of bladder work when one character's skin bulges nastily before splitting open).
An amazingly daft ending sees Andriotti finally tracking an alien to an abandoned subway tunnel where he finds a 'nest'an extraterrestrial hot-tub full of sticky white goop in which the creature's victims writhe naked (it all looks suspiciously like the aftermath at a bukkake convention). After a brief struggle with a deformed alien child and a bigger bug-eyed critter (roasted using a can of petrol conveniently found nearby), Andriotti cooks the whole nest by connecting a reel of electric cable (also conveniently found nearby) to the third rail.
It's poorly written and directed, the sets are lame, and the actors are dreadful, but Breeders has enough bums, boobs, bush, blood and bug-eyed monster action to make it reasonable fun for fans of really bad z-grade horror.
5.5 out of 10, rounded up to 6 for IMDb.
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