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Perversions of Science 

Anthology series of sci-fi stories in the style of "Tales from the Crypt".
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1997  
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A science-fiction anthology series with all the twists and turns of "The Twilight Zone", but with all the sex and violence that cable TV allows. Hosted by the sexy, but metallic Chrome, each episode presents a tour to the edges of the unknown, where the realities we have come to know and love turn sinister and unpredictable. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for sexuality, nudity, language and images of violence
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7 June 1997 (USA)  »

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Expériences interdites  »

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(10 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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The first three episodes of the series aired on the same day. See more »

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Spun-off from Tales from the Crypt (1989) See more »

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good series
8 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

I totally disagree with the reviewer who called this show garbage. I can find 100 other garbage shows out there. A good sci-fi anthology that should get a DVD release. I have several episodes on tape and the production values and the sexy droid are very innovative. Actually the show was ground breaking and deserves better. The animation and the subject content of sex and violence was taken from the New Outer Limits format and style. It is surprising that the show was canceled and along with Spicy City needs a DVD release. So much garbage and little quality is out there. I would like to see more in this style and it is certainly superior to others in the genre.


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