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Dr. Horror's Erotic House of Idiots (2004)

When a trio of gullible patients show up, their therapies take the form of horror and science fiction movies.


Paul Scrabo
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Debbie Rochon ... Valerie Kenton
Trent Haaga ... Mark Adams
Michael R. Thomas ... Frank Mannering
Nathan Sears ... Ashley Cavanaugh
Conrad Brooks ... Conrad Andrews
Jasi Cotton Lanier Jasi Cotton Lanier ... Wendy
Marina Morgan Marina Morgan ... Jenny
Rodney Gray Rodney Gray ... Nick
Barbara Joyce Barbara Joyce ... Gwen / Maria / Nurse
John Zacherle ... Zacherley
Rachael Robbins ... The Angel of Death / Frustrated Wife / Spacebabe
Robert Collins Robert Collins ... Dr. Horace
Don McGregor Don McGregor ... Councilman Tully
Tina Krause ... Mysterious Specter
Ruby Larocca ... Jennifer


When a trio of gullible patients show up, their therapies take the form of horror and science fiction movies.

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scrabo.com [United States]





Release Date:

10 April 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New Jersey, USA

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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An Independant Movie That Doesn't Forget To Entertain
13 October 2003 | by bobc007See all my reviews

Many of the "Independent Movies" I sit through every year are made by people so driven to make a statement that they forget one very important thing - they should entertain the audience as well. Paul Scrabo doesn't forget this. In fact the only message in "Dr. Horror's Erotic House Of Idiots" is; if you're going to see a doctor and he isn't in; don't talk to his "substitute", leave immediately! This movie is clever and funny - tears rolling down your cheeks funny at times. At 130 minutes it may be the longest comedy since Stanley Kramer's "MAD MAD WORLD" but it doesn't drag. It moves along briskly and never loses your interest. As a tip of the hat to the grand old days of "roadshow" movies like "MAD WORLD", there's an overture, intermission, and exit music! It's all about showmanship. Oh yes, and an inflatable doll. No pretentious metaphors here. It's just an enjoyable celebration of the fun that "B Movies" are.

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