Billionaire named Roach desperately seeks for the secret serum which could turn an ordinary human into a superbeing. The serum is hidden in the body of young Billy Duncan. The serum can be ...
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Billionaire named Roach desperately seeks for the secret serum which could turn an ordinary human into a superbeing. The serum is hidden in the body of young Billy Duncan. The serum can be transmitted via sexual intercourse, and that turns to be the basis of Roach's evil scheme.Written by
Dragan Antulov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
[lying down on a tied up Billy]
I need the formula, Billy.
Please don't do this...
[reaching down with her hand to his lower regions]
Come on, touch me. What's the matter, don't you love me anymore?
[licks his cheek]
I think you do.
[mumbles weakly as she kisses his mouth]
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While cruising the cable movie channels before bed, I saw "Electra" coming up. I saw that the film was dated 1995 and so assumed it was an earlier, not-talked about version of the story of the Marvel comics character. Not being too familiar with the story, it took some time for me to clue into the fact that this film was something entirely different. Something quite shocking, frankly.
The expression "train wreck", where you can't pull your eyes away from something so terrible because of a perverted sort of pleasure, this movie lured me in and kept me watching. I was laughing at several points in this movie, and was even slightly disgusted at other times. However, I continued, watching the twisted metal as it piled up and began to buckle.
It is a fairly interesting psychological exercise to watch this film and try to imagine the thought processes behind the ideas in the film. If psychology is not your cup of tea, an equally enjoyable time can likely be had from watching this movie after a few beers. The thought processes are simply bizarre and the film jumps from one scenario to the next at a lively pace. Nothing about the film is formulaic or predictable.
I cannot in good conscience give this movie a 9, even though for me the experience was magical, simply because I expect some people would be unable to keep watching. If you are ready to see a ridiculous flick (think "Killer Tomatoes" but with the humour strictly unintentional), and can stand the raunch, this film delivers high train wreck value.
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