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Electra (1996)

Billionaire named Roach desperately seeks for the secret serum which could turn an ordinary human into a superbeing. The serum is hidden in the body of young Billy Duncan. The serum can be ... See full summary »

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Lorna Duncan / Electra
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Billy Duncan (as Joe Tab)
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Marcus Roach
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Mary Anne Parker
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Gina
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Howard Parker (as John Stoneham)
Ed Sahely ...
Bartholomew
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Roach Driver (as Rob Wilson)
Daniel Levinson ...
Bug #1
Louise Martin ...
Ellen Parker
Ronn Sarosiak ...
Ron Thatcher
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Wiley
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Matt
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Muscleman
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Billionaire named Roach desperately seeks for the secret serum which could turn an ordinary human into a superbeing. The serum is hidden in the body of young Billy Duncan. The serum can be transmitted via sexual intercourse, and that turns to be the basis of Roach's evil scheme. Written by Dragan Antulov <dragan.antulov@altbbs.fido.hr>

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Erotic pleasure was never so deadly See more »


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Rated R for sexuality, violence and some language | See all certifications »

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21 May 1996 (USA)  »

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Elektra  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Marcus Roach: For seven years I've been less than a man, but you're more than a woman. Only you can restore my lower half and make me more than a man. Come. We'll be the Adam and Eve of a new superior race, and they'll worship you as their queen.
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Wonderfully Bad
11 September 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This film is so bad, it's good. After all it's not in every film that we are treated to female henchmen dressed in kinky boots and PVC. One of them seems to get a real thrill out of beating up the hero. Seriously though, when you pick up a movie like this, you do not expect Citizen Kane and you shouldn't try to judge it in that way. Electra is a low budget erotic sci-fi action thriller, and on that level it excels. Shannon Tweed is outstanding (well two bits of her) as always, and the two female henchmen are memorable.

It's just a shame we were never treated to the promised sequel. Why is this fine movie not available on DVD?


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