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A debt-ridden medical student takes up a lucrative sideline in extreme body modification in this pulverising horror from the Soska twins (
Dead Hooker in a Trunk
). Katharine Isabelle (star of cult werewolf flick
) gives a terrific performance as trainee surgeon Mary Mason, whose dire financial straits force her to take a walk on the dark side after a visit to a sleazy strip club. She's soon attracting some decidedly unusual clients to sample her skills, until her new-found career is thrown into turmoil by an encounter that sends her on the vengeance trail. The film is dedicated to
director Eli Roth and contains plenty of look-away moments, but the sibling directors' second feature is no gratuitous schlock-fest: it's a thoughtful, well-made piece with plenty of gallows humour and a memorable cameo from the Soskas themselves. It's true the picture tends to meander at the end, but it's anchored by Isabelle's class act as the innocent girl-turned-fearsome female fury.
A medical student is short of cash, and increasingly disenchanted with her profession and the surgeons she once idolised. Needing some extra cash to make ends meet, she begins performing dangerous procedures in the sinister world of illegal underground surgeries. Thriller, starring Katharine Isabelle and Antonio Cupo.
Cast & Crew
Clay St Thomas
John Emmet Tracy
Contains violence, swearing and nudity.
DVD and Blu-ray
11 Jan 2013
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