Depravers (1987)
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Posted by Slimebeast on: April 30, 2019, 07:42:50 PM

Title: Depravers (1987)
Rating: R
Genre: Horror
Studio: Signal Motion Pictures & Television

Rating: 🍄 51% (Magic)

Description: Dr. Blatter, a disgraced small-town physician (played by Peter Sturgeon), has a plan for revenge. After kidnapping a random assortment of local citizens, the good doctor straps them into black hoods laced with a special chemical concoction. One that turns them into the ultra-violent, morally abhorrent "Depravers"!

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Posted by Slimebeast on: May 10, 2019, 07:20:15 PM
🍄 (Moldy)

Reviewer: Neil Wimply - BlandFeed.meh

Review: Depravers takes an interesting concept and buries it deeper than a murder victim. Mindy Stamper's "Harmony" is a likable lead, and a formidable final girl, but the rest of the cast seems to be phoning it in (from inside the house). The film is more concerned with setting up a sequel than giving the audience a complete plot that makes logical sense.

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Posted by AlmondWhites on: May 12, 2019, 07:35:48 AM
🍄 (Magic)

Reviewer: Almonds Wright - theatlanticpress.funyuns

Review: Filled with dizzying spectacle and a strong pop-art sensibility that recalls the early works of Godard with the human sincerity of Tyler Perry, DEPRAVERS avoids the easy hipster cynicism that befalls many of the cinematic frauds so fawned upon by contemporary critical establishment. This spin on the slasher genre enamors with its sheer hilarity and sense of joie de vivre so many films of its ilk sorely lack.

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