A brilliant and beautiful female doctor has perfected brain transplant operations and uses that knowledge to give the old men in power new bodies! But unknown to them, she implants an ... See full summary »
Dracula's daughter, Dracoola, ends her self-imposed exile, seduces women into offering her their bodies for all time and enslaves Wally Van Helsing the simpering descendant of the famed vampire hunter to do her bidding.
Searching for a missing student, two private investigators break into his house and find collection of VHS tapes. Viewing the horrific contents of each cassette, they realize there may be dark motives behind the student's disappearance.
A brilliant and beautiful female doctor has perfected brain transplant operations and uses that knowledge to give the old men in power new bodies! But unknown to them, she implants an electronic device into their brains which will allow her to control them and to put women in charge! Only two courageous freedom fighters can stop her mad plans for world domination! And only a fight to the death will determine who survives! See the asteroid that almost destroys the earth! Learn who Tina was before the asteroid hit! And meet the doctor's sadistic sister when she kidnaps Deana. Written by
yet another cheesy but highly enjoyable zombie flick. *spoilers*
this is one of those films that has now become a bit of a cult classic if you're a fan of cannibals and zombies though there are hardly any zombies to speak of in this film. early eighties fodder when zombies and cannibals were the big thing to hit cinema and studios were churning them out like they were going out of style. there's a lot to like here and laugh at too. while current technology and special effects hold nothing to good old-fashioned man made gore effects, it's also laughable. i give you the fine example of a medical student who is discovered by the head of medicine to be tampering with the dead bodies that are to be used for dissection in classes. upon being found out, he takes a jump out of a three or four storey window and lands on the pavement below. what makes it so much more enjoyable is the fact that when he hits the pavement his arm pops of which clearly shows a dummy being thrown. the next shot shows the body perfectly intact. funny stuff. the in-famous propellerhead scene is also shown here. Iain McCullough's character and his assistant are trying to figure a way of getting off the island and come across a small boat. trying to get the engine started, they are unaware that they are not alone. what appears to be a zombie..a poorly made up one i might add approaches them. with quick thinking, Iain takes the propellerhead and literally turns the zombie into dinner. yes, it's a cheaply shot film but it's also a lot of fun it you don't take it too seriously and take it for what it is.
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