Wait, I'm sorry, is this movie supposed to be the fucking origin story of The Powerpuff Girls? I forgot that Professor Utonium used sugar, spice, everything nice and fucking severed body parts!
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In this now long-running series, writer-director Brad Jones play the title character, the Cinema Snob, a mainstream or high art critic who decides to review some of the most notoriously bad movies ever made. Since the original episode this series has grown to have a very high cult following and fans from around the world.
Every once in a while The Cinema Snob perfectly reviews a film to the point where I rush out to try and find a copy minutes after the episode ends. So is the case with The BODY SHOP, aka DOCTOR GORE, a somewhat notorious 1973 film. The Snob certainly makes this one of his best episodes and especially during a hilarious sequence where he questions why all crazy doctors have a hunchback assistant. As the Snob says, do they really help out that much when in the lab? This sounds like a pretty nutty little film and another hilarious moment happens when the Snob shows a fatal flaw in the movie and explains why certain things should be edited out.
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