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(Jan 26, 2010)
Meet the charming, flamboyant Doctor Death (the incredible John Considine), a 1000-year-old man who has mastered the art of "selective reincarnation", promising to keep one's soul alive forever! The catch? He needs a fresh body to host it for you, and finding willing volunteers is an impossibility. When Fred's beloved wife dies, he refuses to believe she is gone forever. Dr. Death's loyal assistant, Tana (Florence Marly, the original QUEEN OF BLOOD), offers a supernatural solution to return his wife to him...only to run into trouble when Dr. Death can't find a suitable body for her to reside in! The bodies pile up and Fred must choose between his lost love and stopping a mad doctor hellbent on success! Directed with tongue firmly in cheek by Eddie Saeta, this colorful horror oddity must be seen to be believed!
-New 16x9 digital high definition transfer (1.78:1), from the original camera negatives.
- On camera interview with star John Considine and Steve Saeta
Considine...delivers a suave menacing portrayal. DOCTOR DEATH
carries enough gruesome imagination --Variety
Considine...gives an all out performance --Psychotronic movie guide
Lots of extras, good quality resolution and the movie was better than expected.
I have a black & white poster for sale movieposterart on e bay
interesting period horror, appears to be trying the hammer method and failing. John Considine in pure Jon Lovitz ACTING!!!! modePublished on January 30, 2013 by Robert A. Jackson
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I cant say bad stuff I was in the movie I played the young man in the park It was fun, my first film also my manager wrote the film and Barry
Gordie prduced it and Lady sings the blues at the same time got to work on both
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