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The Curse of Her Flesh -- A weapons dealer who murdered his unfaithful stripper wife goes on a killing spree, bumping off exotic dancers and hookers while plotting revenge on his wife's lover.

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The power-packed sequel to the daring, lusty 'TOUCH OF HER FLESH'.
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A weapons dealer who murdered his unfaithful stripper wife goes on a killing spree, bumping off exotic dancers and hookers while plotting revenge on his wife's lover. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Eve Bork ... Paula Blakely
Michael Findlay ... Richard Jennings / Joe Davidson (as Robert Wester)
Ron Skideri ... Steve Blakely (as A. Dick Feeler)
Linda Boyce ... Stella (as Lena Brice)
Sally Farb ... Go go dancer
John Amero ... Terrence Blakely (as John Ellie)
Jane Bond ... Adele
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Angelique ... Claudia Jennings - Flashback (uncredited)
Vivian Del Rio ... Go go dancer (uncredited)
Uta Erickson ... Stella's stage partner (uncredited)
Roberta Findlay ... Radio announcer (uncredited) (voice)
Cindy Freemont ... Herself (uncredited)
Suzanne Marre ... Janet - Flashback (uncredited)
Steve Roule ... Bathroom stall guy (uncredited)
Peggy Steffans ... Hooker - Flashback (uncredited)

Directed by
Michael Findlay  (as Julian Marsh)
 
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Michael Findlay  (as Julian Marsh)
Roberta Findlay  (as Anna Riva)

Produced by
Michael Findlay .... producer (as Julian Marsh)
Roberta Findlay .... producer (as Anna Riva)
 
Original Music by
Roberta Findlay  (as Robin Aden)
 
Cinematography by
Roberta Findlay  (as Anna Riva)
 
Film Editing by
Michael Findlay  (as Julian Marsh)
 
Sound Department
Chico Buck .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Roberta Findlay .... lighting technician (as Robert Marx)
Marvin Flower .... still photographer (as Marvin Flowers)
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Also Known As:
"The Curse of Her Passion" - USA (bowdlerized title)
"The Curse of the Curious" - USA (bowdlerized title)
"The Curse of the Flesh" - USA (promotional title)
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USA:75 min
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Crew or equipment visible: A female crew member can be seen sitting on a mattress in the corner of the truck during the fight scene.See more »
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Even more depraved than its predecessor, 26 September 2007
Author: TheMarquisDeSuave from Worcester, MA

"The Touch of Her Flesh" was pretty grimy, but its sequel manages to outdo it in every field. Its more depraved, more politically incorrect and offensive, more hilarious for the truly sick at heart, and considerably better made this time around (the slightly higher budget allows them to use actual synchronized sound, opposed to post dubbing). And while the plot is far from complex, at least there is a semblance of a story this time around. In other words, fans of vintage Grindhouse goodness will fall in love with this socially irredeemable piece of trash. However, both serious art buffs and especially feminists will quake in fear at it.

The Findley's "Flesh" trilogy is standard sexploitation from the time in some aspects, but its much more extreme and intriguing than many of its contemporaries. The bizarre sexual dialog is always hilarious despite the rampant misogyny thats bound to turn off some. My advice, don't take this trash too seriously (I'm pretty sure the producers didn't either). Also, its rather well shot, featuring some nice, Noir and expressionist style camera work. Plus, the murders are all very original. All in all, "The Curse of Her Flesh" is yet another trash classic in the trilogy. (7/10)

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