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Dr. Frankenstein and his assistant Morpho are killed just as they bring their creation to life. The monster is taken by Cagliostro and he now controls the monster and plans to have it mate and create the perfect master race.
Sylvia, a young and rather arrogant girl is on vacation in the south of France. She has an appointment with the handsome Tom. But Carole, her friend warns her about the possible intentions of the unhealthy young man. He is an odd person who works for Count and Countess Zaroff. She is invited by the latter to their secluded villa on an island for a meal. What she doesn't know is that the couple have devilish leisure activities. They subject young women to perverse games. The countess holds bows and arrows on young girls and when they are shot, they end up in the kitchen at the count to make a meat dish. But when Sylvia arrived the rule of the game changed and she decided to challenge the authority of the couple.
One loses hope and faith in mankind when presented with a film as completely and utterly dreadful as Les Croqueuses. One of the very worst Jess Franco efforts, this film is basically an unattributed remake of The Most Dangerous Game with nudity and hardcore inserts. Filled with the worst of Franco--overuse of the zoom lens, long boring sex scenes, and static set-ups--it is hard to understand how IMDb users could rate this so highly (two '9's, two '7's, two '6's, a '2', and my very generous '1'). For Franco or Howard Vernon completists only.
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