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Penetration Angst (2003)

R | | Comedy, Horror | 20 July 2003 (UK)
Helen suffers from a psychotic dread of penetrative sex; her lovers are 'consumed' by a 'vaginal monster' that leaves only their clothes behind. Fleeing to London, she does well picking off sleazy punters until virginal Dennis finds her.


Wolfgang Büld


Wolfgang Büld




Cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Conway Paul Conway ... Dennis
Fiona Horsey ... Helen
Philip Hayden ... Jack (as Phil Hayden)
Jonnie Hurn ... Stepfather
James Crichton James Crichton ... Gynaecologist
Fiona Smith Fiona Smith ... Little Helen
Nicolas Hall Nicolas Hall ... Young Man
Dirk Kühsel Dirk Kühsel ... Punter
Joanna Ogden Joanna Ogden ... Portia
Beth Steel Beth Steel ... Sonia
Amy Steel Amy Steel ... Silvia
Drew Edwards ... Mark
Anna Leigh-Rose Anna Leigh-Rose ... Jacey
Cheryl Goodman Cheryl Goodman ... Barmaid
Lee Sullivan Lee Sullivan ... Man in Pub


In the vein of Audition and Hostel. Helen finds herself having intimacy problems with men. Her private parts are devouring all lovers and leaving her with an insatiable thirst for blood. In order to satisfy her cravings she becomes a prostitute which leads to a death filled tale of murder, madness, and sex. Written by Anonymous

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


Some Girls are to DIE for


Comedy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong aberrant sexuality, graphic nudity, language, and violence including a scene of rape | See all certifications »

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A thoroughly British tale of armed robbery, Siamese twins and a woman with unusual attributes
31 December 2006 | by DVD_ConnoisseurSee all my reviews

"Penetration Angst" is a low budget British film, made in 2003 by Wolfgang Buld. Until I stumbled across this little gem on the new UK Horror Channel a few years ago, I hadn't even been aware it existed. Now it's been catapulted to the heights of one of my low budget guilty pleasures, an area populated by the likes of "Hot Love", "Bride of Frank", etc.

This is a film that's a fine cocktail of modern horror, comedy and low-brow humour. There are some areas which plough the depths of bad taste - in short, it's thoroughly enjoyable. That's the beauty of the low budget film - no big studios that require satisfaction, just good old independent movie making with a good slice of originality and an eye for the all-night horror convention audience's tastes. Yep, I loved this film. Sat in the comfort of my armchair, I knew from the very start that this was one of those films that showed 2 big fingers to the world of Hollywood horror and instead decided to concentrate on a thoroughly British tale of armed robbery, Siamese twins and a woman with a man-eating vagina.

The star of the movie, Fiona Horsey, is very easy on the eye. In fact, she's a compete babe. A great new talent and hopefully a name to watch out for in the future.

To describe the plot details would spoil the surprises. If you have a chance, grab the film when you can and sit down with friends and a few beers and give it a go. If you're a fan of "Bad Taste", "Bride of Frank" or "Basket Case", I think you'll like this film...a lot.

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20 July 2003 (UK) See more »

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