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This cheap Mexican horror film is a remake of Cardona's Doctor of Doom (1962), spiced with nudity, medical footage, women wrestling, and cheap gore shots. Female masked wrestler Lucy (who ... See full summary »
The film was released on DVD by Something Weird Video as part of a double feature with another Spanish-language horror movie, the 1967 Argentine production Placer sangriento ("Bloody Pleasure", a.k.a. Feast of Flesh). It was released uncut on DVD in the UK by Redemption in 2007, and Nucleus Films released the remastered and uncut version on DVD on October 8, 2012.
Dr. Arturo Martinez:
It's more probable that of late more and more you're watching in your television many of those pictures of terror.
When the girl is attacked in the park, the fake "grass" is accidently pushed aside, revealing the hard studio floor beneath.
Although some VHS copies of the film inadvertently appeared in the UK on the Vipco label in 1993 it was not an officially sanctioned UK release. The film had been submitted to the BBFC earlier in the year and, although it was passed with cuts, the edits were never implemented by the distributors and the film was therefore not classified as a legal or official release. According to viewers of the movie the tape itself appears to be quite heavily pre-cut and little more than a few seconds longer than the official 1999 Satanica/Sovereign VHS version.
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