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Masters of Horror: Jenifer

Masters of Horror: Jenifer 2005

One of the most eerily stomach-flipping installments of “Masters of Horror” centers on a police detective who saves a young girl with a luscious body but face that has been horribly disfigured by homicidal lunatic. He takes responsibility for the mentally challenged orphan and begins to realize she is a creature of secret carnal pleasures and violent depravities. Star and writer Stephen Weber adapted the script from a short story by Bruce Jones. 59m/C DVD . Steven Weber, Brenda James, Harris Allan, Beau Starr, Carrie Fleming; D: Dario Argento; W: Steven Weber; M: Claudio Simonetti.

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