The Psycho Lover/Heat of Madness 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The Psycho Lover (1970) - The only thing worse than being a homicidal maniac is being treated by a doctor who’s just as crazy! Marco, a Psycho Lover who strangles women that “threaten his maleness,” becomes a patient of lizard-like Dr. Kenneth Alden, who uses wacky nightmares to brainwash Marco into killing the doc’s nasty wife who won’t give him a divorce. A gaudy mix of sex, violence, pop-psych, and even some quick necrophilia, this drive-in shocker (a.k.a. “The Loving Touch”) is a fun descent into B-movie psychosis. “Heat Of Madness” (1966) - Oddball photographer Johnny’s dismissive attitude to sex radically changes when he’s hired to illustrate a book called “Great Sex Murders” and soon has models staging mock whippings, robberies and assaults. Trouble is, all the fake violence fuels the poor guy with the Heat of Madness, and pretty soon he thinks one of his naughty models is actually his fiancee and promptly goes berserk… Two twisted sickies, proving once again that romance is always more exciting with a deranged lunatic.
About The Psycho Lover/Heat of Madness (2003)
Starring: Lawrence Montaigne, Jo Anne Meredith, Frank Cuva, Elizabeth Plumb, Hanna Landy,
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Harry Wuest Robert Vincent O'Neill,
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