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Satan's Princess (1989)

A down-on-his-luck cop runs into harder times when he is searching for a missing woman.

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Lou Cherney
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A down-on-his-luck cop runs into harder times when he is searching for a missing woman.

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The original title of this movie was the Ressurection. See more »

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Leah: Look at all those great big tears. I bet if we tried to smile they would all go away.
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One of Bert's better ones
25 December 2002 | by (California) – See all my reviews

After years of churning out cheap, badly made sci-fi "epics," director Bert Gordon turned to sex comedies and "erotic" thrillers. I haven't seen any of his sex comedies yet--I shudder to imagine what they're like--but this combination horror/softcore sex film was surprisingly better than I expected. Few modern actors can do world-weary burn-outs better than Robert Forster, and the combination of his solid acting skills and the staggeringly beautiful Lydie Denier in various states of nudity more than make up for the script's shortcomings, which really aren't as overwhelming as Gordon's usual opuses. The story is actually a bit more coherent than you'd expect in a Bert Gordon film, there's a fair amount of tension and suspense throughout, and as noted, Denier thankfully begins to strip down whenever the picture starts to lag. Overall it's really not that bad, and worth a look.


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