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Torture Dungeon

 Torture Dungeon is the fantasy-mirrored reflection of Andy Milligan. Falling somewhere between Snow White And The Three Stooges and John Waters's later Desperate Living, the dubious, Shakespearean-set plot (with a few Ramones accents) finds us in the court of The Duke Of Norridge as he causes general havoc amongst the people in his kingdom; gay hunchback lover, one-eyed witch, and dirt-eating retard included. 

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With all the spitting, violence, dirty sex ("I'm trisexual -- I'll TRY anything for pleasure."), panic attacks, and hunchback abuse, Torture Dungeon is the fantasy-mirrored reflection of Andy Milligan. Falling somewhere between Snow White And The Three Stooges and John Waters's later Desperate Living, the dubious, Shakespearean-set plot (with a few Ramones accents) finds us in the court of The Duke Of Norridge as he causes general havoc amongst the people in his kingdom; gay hunchback lover, one-eyed witch, and dirt-eating retard included. There's no real plot thread. Nudity is rampant. Everyone sweats a lot. Black hooded killers deal out camera-spazzed deaths via pitchfork and decapitation, just like they did in The Ghastly Ones. Torture Dungeon's unbelievable mix of scummy situations and Waiting For Guffman-like theatrics leads us on a crude road. At times hilarious, sometimes tedious, and always caustic (both technically and topically), Torture Dungeon is truly unsettling, if only for the fact that someone actually made this film.

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AKA:Dungeon of Death
Director:Andy Milligan
Year:1970
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.0
Video Quality:8.0

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