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Title:   Human Experiments
Director:   Gregory Goodell
Year:   1980
Genre:   Women in Prison
Times Seen:   1
Last Seen:   01.11.07

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Notes History
Date Viewed Venue Note
01.11.07Terror Thursday An unbelievably thin Linda Haynes falls into a bad situation and ends up in a prison where they perform radical psychological experiments. I remember being really impressed with Linda Haynes in Rolling Thunder so it was awesome to see her naked here. It was also cool to see an aging Aldo Ray in a small part toward the beginning, and that guy I see in tons of stuff (imdb says his name is Geoffrey Lewis) as the mad doctor.

This movie was pretty decent. It's not so crazy as Sweet Sugar and the other WIP flicks that I end up liking most, but it's not filled with speeches about freedom either, and towards the end it gets pretty interesting. I was reminded of a couple movies but to name them would give it away so... guess I'll keep them in my head.

But there was one scene involving a bunch of bugs. I guess it's a hard-coded response where you either get creeped out by that or not, but I'm surprised more people didn't use this idea more. Put a tarantula or scorpion on someone's thigh or rain down hundreds of cockroaches and crickets and cut to a shot of a centipede crawling over something and it automatically creeps out like 60% of your audience. In this scene Linda Haynes has to crawl through an air duct while covered in bugs... yeah that's oogy.

UPDATE: I can't believe I forgot to mention the absolute best scene in this movie. I'll never forgive myself if i don't include a mention of Linda Haynes masturbating with her own tears... god i love that.
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