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Doom Asylum Blu-ray

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Watch Richard Friedman's corpse-collecting 'Coroner' blithely hacks his bloody slay into B-Horror Hi

After a fatal car crash kills beautiful, foofy-haired bombshell Judy LaRue (Patty Mullen), her sleazy beau Mitch (Michael Rogen) is so gruesomely galvanized by the grisly death of his frisky fiancee, this slimy ambulance chaser bloodily becomes the bellicose, body-bag bursting, meat-faced, asylum creeping psycho 'The Coroner' (Michael Rogen), and as this hardbodied slasher movie entourage converges upon this bone-saw wielding sadists desolated crumbling domain, these boorishly bickering, day-glow dunderheads, headed by heroically hardbodied wet dream Patty Mullen very soon discover that partying (bickering!) at the 'Doom Asylum' may not have been the greatest choice of venue for their boozy B-movie shenanigans, as the sardonically skin-flaying, wickedly wise-cracking Coroner very soon cramps their big-haired style by intimately introducing his gnarly collection of murderous-looking mortuary tools to their still-living, diligently aerobicized torso's! Horror maestro Richard Friedman's darkly funny 'Doom Asylum' is sublime slasher movie schadenfreude, an outrageously compelling 80s cult classic whose myriad 'spiky highlights' include a splattery splendour of gruesomely-delivered death, and a terrifically titillating rooftop girl-fight with the deliciously acerbic spike-haired, shrill-voiced twisted Sister Tina (Ruth Collins) as the delightfully deviant director Richard Friedman's corpse-collecting 'Coroner' blithely hacks his bloody slay into B-Horror History!!!

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