The masochist Elizabeth lives a marriage of convenience with the cynical, sadistic and reckless playboy Victor, who is the heir of a huge inheritance including the mansion where they live. ... See full summary »
The masochist Elizabeth lives a marriage of convenience with the cynical, sadistic and reckless playboy Victor, who is the heir of a huge inheritance including the mansion where they live. She is the lover of Victor's lawyer and best friend Roman, but she can not divorce Victor since she signed a prenuptial contract that would leave her with only $10,000. Roman plots with Elizabeth to poison Victor with an experimental drug, but it fails and Victor is completely paralyzed without dying. During his autopsy with three medical students, Victor awakes from his comatose status, and totally deranged, he seeks revenge using his torture chamber. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
In 1447, the Duke of Exeter introduced the rack to the Tower of London where it became the most popular torture device in England. The rack was used in England for about a hundred and fifty years before being deemed too cruel. It was outlawed in 1628.
When Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the English Parliament in 1605, he became a victim of the rack. King James the First stretched his body so badly that his bones and ligaments made loud popping noises.
Oh, my god. Oh, my god.
Can I stretch ...
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The suspense and horror part of it sucks though, and there isn't much to work with. The script just isn't that great, and it seems like it was thrown together within just a few days.
It is basically your average, trashy B-movie. If you like anyone in the cast, sure, rent it, and if you like cheesy horror films then you will like it. With the exception of those things, its a movie you should skip. (my rating)Rated R for strong bloody violence, language and some drug content
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