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.
- Stars:Peter Cushing, Sue Lloyd, Noel Trevarthen, Kate O'Mara, David Lodge, Anthony Booth, Wendy Varnals, Billy Murray, Vanessa Howard, Marian Collins, Jan Waters, Phillip Manikum, Alexandra Dane, Valerie Van Ost, Diana Ashley,
- Director:Robert Hartford-Davis,
- Writer:Donald Ford (screenplay), Derek Ford (screenplay)
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
(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
(ag) wrote: Never even managed to get more then a couple chapters into the book
(gb) wrote: recommended by scottygibbs........................
(de) wrote: Godzilla done right with heaping helpings of cheese.
(ag) wrote: sam elliott is underrated as an actor!
(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.....
(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.
(kr) wrote: i used to watch these martial arts movies for cynthia alot.. does anyone have em :P
(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??
(kr) wrote: Felt like a wannabe "Near Dark."