Brilliant scientist Edward Brake (woodenly played by Wellington Meffert) creates a new super computer with the amazing ability to alter the negative personalities of bad and disobedient people. Unfortunately, Brake's evil assistant Julie (a deliciously awful portrayal by Debbie Laster) decides to use his invention for nefarious purposes by turning a gaggle of horny and decadent young nymphets into lethal murderous mutants.
Man, does this delectably dreadful doozy possess all the right wrong stuff to rate highly as a four-star stinkeroonie: The hopelessly flat all-thumbs (mis)direction by Henri Sala, primitive computer graphics, several silly touches (what's with that goofy puppet George?), the nonsensical script by George Faget-Bernard, lousy acting from a seriously lame no-name cast (with the notable exceptions of both Dale Midkiff and Andrea Thompson), tacky gore, copious female nudity, plodding pace, sleazy soft-core sex, the singularly screwball story, and that gloriously ghastly theme song all ensure that this steaming hunk of celluloid junk registers well as a terrifically trashy'n'terrible gut-buster from start to finish. An absolute cruddy riot.
Horror / Sci-Fi
Horror / Sci-Fi
A brilliant professor invents a computer machine meant to better society by altering the behavior of its subjects. Also, there's a sometimes effect that turns things into weird, little metal balls that attack people, as one unfortunate burglar finds out. His shut-in daughter also uses the machine like a video game, either unaware or uncaring of its real world effects on nearby machinery. Lastly, his daughter has a puppet that either has an AI or is alive that helps her make decisions about life. In league with a mysterious man, the professor's psychotic assistant gets a hold of it and she manipulates it to warp people's minds and turn them into murderous weapons. She selects three young college girls as her victims and invites them up to the professor's house for a weekend of torture and diabolical experiments. Accompanying the young women, are a pair of local sleazy barflies who are looking to score with the college girls. Over the course of the weekend, sexy hijinks ensue all the while the college girls are subjected to the machine and its weird effects. Meanwhile, on a parallel course, the shut-in daughter contemplates losing her virginity after consulting with her puppet. —Wiki
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December 05, 2021 at 11:43 PM