Brain Damage: 1999 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
A worm-like parasite named Aylmer latches into Brian^Rs (Rick Herbst) neck and offers to inject his brain with a hallucinogenic fluid, giving him pleasurable psychedelic experiences. There^Rs one catch^Eto keep the high, Brian has to keep feeding the Aylmer his favorite food^Ehuman brains! Directed by Frank Henenlotter (Frakenhooker, Basket Case), this outstanding cult film favorite will have you screaming with laughter as you reach for your barf bag! Available for the first time in it^Rs original uncut version, this new high-definition transfer contains all the gore sequences deleted from the American release prints, including the infamous ^Sbrain pulling^T sequence!
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