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Satanic Attraction (1989)

Atração Satânica (original title)
Fernanda, a radio DJ, has a show in which she tells gruesome and gory horror stories about satanic rituals and sex murders. However, when bodies start turning up around town killed in ... See full summary »

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Ênio Gonçalves ...
Lionel
Gabriela Toscano ...
Fernanda
André Loureiro ...
Christian Grecco
Emilia Mazer ...
Sarah Grecco
Olair Coan ...
Rafael
Claudia Alencar ...
Susan
Claudio Curi ...
Paul
Antoine Rovis ...
Francis
Vera Zimmermann ...
Cecil
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Serafim Gonzalez ...
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Fernanda, a radio DJ, has a show in which she tells gruesome and gory horror stories about satanic rituals and sex murders. However, when bodies start turning up around town killed in exactly the way Fernanda describes on her show, it looks like someone or some group is using her show to get ideas. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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An Infernal Excursion To the Depths of Hell!

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Crime | Horror | Thriller

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August 1989 (Brazil)  »

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See it for laughs, not screams
23 February 1999 | by (Seattle) – See all my reviews

Satanic Attraction was a hard-to-find video. This is not at all my kind of movie--a slasher flick from late eighties Brazil-- but my friend Sarah provides the voice for one of the characters in the English language version!

The movie takes itself fairly seriously, though the acting is pretty bad. Nothing but cliche characters, of course no character development. But with a group of non-professionals (several of them students from the US visiting Brazil) providing the voices for the dubbed version, the final result is pretty hilarious. I enjoyed it in kind of a "Mystery Science Theater 3000" way. Actually, I'd nominate the movie for their lampooning. It would be an honor!

The story is hard to follow and seems pointless toward the end. The end is anticlimactic as well-- "What just happened?" Because of the poor acting and sound quality, it is hard to separate the story they want to tell from all the running around and screaming.

No, better yet: this film could use someone like Woody Allen to provide an entirely new dialog and storyline like he did in "What's up Tiger Lily?"


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