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Movie review: Maniac Nurses Find Ecstasy

Maniac Nurses Find Ecstasy
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Movie review: Maniac Nurses Find Ecstasy


Lesbian sadomasochistic nurse Ilsa and her daughter Sabrina enjoy luring men to their remote hospital and performing unnecessary painful surgeries on them. But when Sabrina joins a feminist slave ring she realizes they want her to play an important part in their world domination plan. (Paraphrased from summary).

Susanna Makay (Sabrina), Hajni Brown (Ilsa), Csilla Farago (Greta), Nicole Gyony (Betty), Any Schultz (Gretchen).

Lovely summary on this one that really didn’t have a lot to do with the movie beside there being scantily clad nurses running around trying to portray violence and sadism. Neither of which came off very well at all. I would speak to the plot but I am still trying to figure out if there was one, or what it might have been. This really felt like a thinly veiled attempt at making soft-core porn that went awry and turned into a mindless meandering of garters, stockings, and automatic weapons.

Camera work was horrible, as was sound, sets, dialogue, and effects. Acting was entirely missing from the film and has yet to be found. The review on this one is so short because there is nothing to this film of substance at all. If you have a nurse uniform or stockings with garter fetish you may find some enjoyment from this one though I would think you could do better. For anyone else, wipe the name of this movie from your memory and rejoice in knowing you saved many brain cells a painful death.

Nudity, violence, blood, and gore should keep teens and below away from this one. The lack of substance should keep everyone else away.

Released: 1990
Reviewed: 7.6.09
Star rating: 1 out of 5
Genre: Horror, Erotic Thrillers

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