The Beautiful, the Bloody, and the Bare / Behind Locked Doors Something Weird 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Unnerved after a trip to Northern Italy, Pete Abbott wallows in The Beautiful, The Bloody, and the Bare when he becomes a New York nudie photographer. Trouble is, the color red sometimes so upsets him that he starts killing his models! From the director of Teenage Gang Debs, here’s one of the earliest films to mix nudity with then excessive bloodshed to create what would be best called a gory-nudie-cutie. Plus: When their car is deliberately drained of gas, sexy Ann Henderson and semi-lesbian friend Terry Wilson seek help at the house of creepy ex-mortician Dr. Bradley (a dead ringer for Henry Kissinger). But once Behind Locked Doors, the girls instead become the unwilling victims of Bradley’s psychotic sex research: “I am looking for the perfect love mate!” Worse, if Ann and Terry don’t cooperate, they’ll join the women embalmed and on display in Bradley’s “memorial exhibition room!” With sordid shocks and skin, here are two psychotic sickies direct from the demented vaults of Drive-In King Harry Novak (Axe)!
About The Beautiful, the Bloody, and the Bare / Behind Locked Doors (Something Weird) (2004)
Starring: Eve Reeves, Joyce Danner, Daniel Garth, Ivan Agar, Irene Lawrence,
Director: Charles Romine Sande N. Johnsen,
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