A surgeon discovers that he can restore the beauty to his girlfriend's scarred face by murdering other women and extracting fluids from their pituitary gland. However, the effects only last for a short time, so he has to kill more and more women. It is ultimately a killing spree which ends with considerable death and disaster.

A doctor goes to extreme lengths--even murder--to restore the badly burned face of his fiance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Corruption torrent reviews

Steve G (mx) wrote: Typical try at trying to distract you from the fact that this is a poor script with terrible actors by showing semi attractive girls in their underwear. Did not live up to the hype

shelly b (ag) wrote: Never even managed to get more then a couple chapters into the book

roger t (gb) wrote: recommended by scottygibbs........................

bill s (de) wrote: Godzilla done right with heaping helpings of cheese.

john c (ag) wrote: sam elliott is underrated as an actor!

Coxxie M (fr) wrote: yea i think this was the one i saw when i was just like, a sperm with legs.... anyway it sucks its just little pussy dinosaurs not eating or chewing up anything. just talking and laughing.... damn happy dinosaurs.....

Sean H (es) wrote: It has the feel of a Goddard film, although Wong Kar-Wai has never claimed he was influenced by anyone else's films when he made "Chungking Express". It also has the feel of a crime drama (Quentin Tarrantino) is apparently a big fan of the film, but it's really a romantic comedy, although not the type you would see at the local multiplex. At the end of the day, it's a great little character study of four people who fall in love in two completely different ways. An interesting approach and a great entry in Hong Kong cinema (admittedly, I'm not an expert in that field), this is one that probably should be seen twice to be really enjoyed; at first glance, one doesn't notice that the two separate stories in the film are actually intertwined. Recommended for anyone seeking to see or learn more about Hong Kong cinema.

Eman B (kr) wrote: i used to watch these martial arts movies for cynthia alot.. does anyone have em :P

JeanMarie L (br) wrote: voir pour les dialogues de Prvert, pour Michel Simon, pour un Pierre Brasseur plus cabotin que jamais, pour les yeux de Michel Morgan... J'ai oubli personne??

Peter H (kr) wrote: Felt like a wannabe "Near Dark."