Doctor Gore 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Deeply unhinged over his wife’s death, plastic surgeon and part-time mad doctor Don Brandon seeks a new mate. Bypassing traditional courtship rituals, the love-starved lunatic first tries to bring a pretty corpse back to life by, apparently, baking it in aluminum foil with the Frankestein-like lab equipment in the basement of his North Carolina castle. When that fails, he becomes Doctor Gore as he switches to Plan B: custom-building the girl of his dreams from severed body parts. Behaving like a stud version of Jack the Ripper, he takes pieces from a variety of sexy young gals until he’s stitched together centerfold-style creation Anitra. But though he thinks he’s created the ultimate love slave, Anitra has other ideas… Released to Southern drive-ins as “The Body Shop,” this sick, blood-soaked love story is the creation of J.G. “Pat” Patterson, a one-time TV horror host, spook-show magician, producer (Axe), director (The Electric Chair), occasional actor, and production assistant to the Godfather of Gore himself, H.G. Lewis (Blood Feast), who obviously showed him the correct way to slice and dice.