This movie is about a doctor who kidnaps people, couples who are having sex. He takes them to his mansion where they are being kept as prisoners. He injects his subjects with a substance to...
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Ofelia's wedding day is approaching and she is to be married to Eduaurdo. She has some pre-wedding jitters during a meeting with her lover Gustavo but decides to tie the knot anyways. On ... See full summary »
A boy arrives from the interior of the country to triumph as a pianist, protected by a lady of high society. The woman, somewhat older than him, ends up falling madly in love with the young man, in unrequited love.
This cheap Mexican horror film is a remake of Cardona's Doctor of Doom (1962), spiced with nudity, medical footage, women wrestling, and cheap gore shots. Female masked wrestler Lucy (who ... See full summary »
José Elías Moreno,
Carlos López Moctezuma,
This movie is about a doctor who kidnaps people, couples who are having sex. He takes them to his mansion where they are being kept as prisoners. He injects his subjects with a substance to 'enhance' their sexual abilities. The curious doctor then forces the abducted people to have sex. While they are making love he drains a fluid from them. He needs this to prevent himself from being transformed into a monster. He gets his instructions from a talking brain.Written by
Rob Zombie sampled some of the Enfermera's dialogue from the English-dubbed version of the film into two of his songs. The line, "Use my body to keep you alive!" opens the song, "Never Gonna Stop," while the line, "Give it to me!" can be heard several times in "Feel So Numb." See more »
The original cut of the film was padded and extended by the American distributors significantly upon its initial release, with over 17 minutes of sex and nudity added. These include all of the scenes with the lesbians, the hippies, and the blonde nymphomaniac. The film was then released in two versions, the "hot" version that included the new scenes and the "cool" version that did not. The cut of the film presented on the DVD produced by Something Weird Video contains all of the additional scenes. See more »
One of the weirdest movies ever made focuses on a mad scientist kidnapping people and making them have sex, which he believes to be humanity's life blood, in the hope of finding a way to help people live forever. And he does all this under orders from a brain that he keeps alive.
It's easy to think that the person who came up with the plot of "La venganza del sexo" ("The Curious Dr. Humpp" in English) had too much time on his hands, but it's actually a pretty interesting movie as exploitation flicks go. I've only seen the US release, which I understand added a bunch of footage of people having sex. Indeed, there are whole sequences that show nothing except people undressing and copulating.
I could see that all the writing in the movie was in Spanish, but I had no idea which country made it. It turns out that "The Curious Dr. Humpp" is from Argentina. That means that one third of all the Argentinian movies that I've seen is an exploitation flick. I'll have to see if I can find any more work from the people who made this. Presumably I can only find it from Something Weird Video.
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