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Sin You Sinners (1963)





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A middle-aged exotic dancer uses a magical amulet to keep her youthful looks and to psychically control the lives of those around her. Coveting the charm, her boss and his prostitute friend hatch a plot to steal it. At the same time, the stripper's daughter makes similar plans. When the dancer finds out, she puts a wicked spell upon the club owner and the streetwalker that results in murder. The karmic tables turn however, when the dancer loses the amulet.
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Sin, You Sinners! Starring: June Colburne, Dian Lloyd, Derek Murcott, and Gloria Nazarow Director: Joseph Sarno and Anthony Farrar An aging stripper (Colburne) keeps her youthful looks (sort-of) and energy thanks to a voodoo amulet and enchantments powered by a moon goddess. Between shows, she does tells fortunes and brews love potions with a method that involves putting her daughter (Lloyd) through magically-induced orgasms until she passes out. Unfortunately, she's something of a bitch, and she is cruel and dominating to her daughter (the whole orgasms until she faints thing is just a tip o' the iceberg), her latest disposable boyfriend (Murcott, and other strippers. Not unexpectedly, one of these wrong parties get their hands on her amulet... "Sin, You Sinners!" has an interesting couple ideas at its heart; something really nifty could have been done with the voodoo stripper charm angle. Too bad it was made by filmmakers with absolutely no talent--were the sets so small that EVERY scene had to be a two-shot or a close-up? Or maybe the "sets" were just one single tiny room where some furniture got rearranged?--and the cast of actors only slightly better. The script was written by one of the director, and he's as talented a writer as he is a movie-maker. For all of its badness, the movie did hold my attention--sort of; I was on the phone for part of the film, watching and talking at the same time. The character of the daughter is actually quite sympathetic, and I was curious to see how things would turn out for her. (They pretty much went as expected... nothing was surprising in this film... except maybe the whole magic orgasm potion brewing scene.) I'm not surprised that reportedly any versions on the market are made from one single, remaining damaged print of this film. Some movies aren't really worth preserving, and I think "Sin, You Sinners" is one of them. (That said, I can see the potential for an excellent remake from the folks at Shock-O-Rama and/or Seduction Cinema.) -- (Aside: The $5 DVD version I picked up had a bonus feature on it... "Dance Hall Racket" starring and written by Lenny Bruce. I may review that, if I can manage to get through it. It's WORSE than "Sin, You Sinners" and Bruce must have been a better comedian than a dramatic actor or writer, or I can't imagine why he's remembered at all today.)

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