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A detective searches for his lost love and his travels lead him to two women living in a secluded villa. When they find him barely consious and bleeding, he doesn't speak, so they nickname him "Singapore Sling". Their hospitality soon turns horrific as he discovers they may be a mentally deranged mother/daughter team interested in deadly sex and torturous games... and they also maybe responsible for hs lover's death! Wounded by a gunshot and imprisoned in a nightmare that he may never escape, "Singapoe Sling" becomes the pawn in a deadly game of sexual domination, torture and murder.
Greek Director Nikos Nikolaidis has created one of the most disturbing, gory and strangely beautiful cult films you will ever see...a haunting story of one man's search for love and the horrifying consequences of his actions. Synapse Films is proud to present Singapoe Sling in a beautiful anamorphic widescreen transfer for the first time in North America.
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Nikos Nikolaidis is obviously a fan of film noir and of Otto Preminger's 1944 classic, "Laura," in particular. He borrows heavily from it, everything from the feel of the film, to the storyline, to the photography, to the music. The film opens with David Raksin's instantly recognisable theme from "Laura" which over the years has become synonymous with the noir genre. The music recurs constantly throughout. There is even a vocal version sung by Julie London midway through. The missing woman the detective is searching for is also called Laura. There is a portrait of the daughter in the mansion, very much like the portrait of Laura in Preminger's film.Read more ›
Stranger the "Singapore Sling" of a Greece background gratifies mother and her jealous daughter till the trio's last breath.
Beyond the blue also this 1990 year movie is black-and-white produce.
If you ever wanted to see a girl vomit on a dude while having sex, make love to peice fruit, or get stabbed in the crotch, then this is the movie for you.
Ever since a friend loaned me a tenth-generation bootleg of this film on VHS ten long years ago, my love affair with this sugary piece of perversity remains unabated. Singapore Sling continues to break my heart in sixteen places in between bouts of raucous laughter and peeking behind my fingers. A true cult film, audiences have either walked out en masse or return again and again to the auditorium for repeat screenings.
A catalog of depravity and artful indulgence, Singapore Sling has no real plot. The audience is left to surmise that "Daughter" is not really "Mother's" daughter (they're far too close in age) and in one instance, we're left to wonder if "Mother" is indeed a female. The male interloper, later dubbed "Singapore Sling" by his captors, is unlucky enough to have wound up on the doorstop of this house of horrors.Read more ›
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I found this movie very annoying. The plot is quite slow since the daughter likes to bust out in spontaneous orgasm periodically. Also, there isn't really a plot in my opinion. Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by Bookworm936
It was once said that the whole of a movie should not be in so much whether you like or disliked a movie, but rather, did it leave a lasting impression upon you? Read morePublished on December 29, 2007 by Jason Johnson
Warhol meets Waters with some "Thundercrack!" mixed in to the batch. This movie almost defies description. Read morePublished on September 4, 2007 by Keith White
I have now watched the immortal(????????)SINGAPORE SLING!
I love Horror movies,so much so I comb every store that
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