The Wizard of Gore (1970)
Director: Herschelle Gordon Lewis
Main Stars: Ray Sager, Judy Cler, Wayne Ratay
Storyline: A TV talk show host and her boyfriend investigate a shady magician who can use hypnotise to create gory illusions.
Review (Spoils): A crazed magician (Ray Sager) selects girls from the audience in which he uses hypnosis to catch the crowd and have them envision gory deaths of the volunteers. A TV host (Judy Cler) becomes obsessed with the show and her boyfriend is concerned about it. But when the bodies of the volunteers start to show up after the show with the exact deaths a portrayed on stage is the magician all he claims to be.
First off this is a Herschelle Gordon Lewis film so please do not expect awesome acting and special effects. We have lots of red blood, terrible gory effects such as swords, drills, chainsaws and other disturbing items as the ladies scream for their lives and the audience applauds.
Rating: This film is pretty messed up and in a good way. We have Montag the Magnificent on stage doing twisted things to young as the blank audience stares. The acting is just as bad as the gore and the wrongness you feel when watching this piece of utter disturbance….. for that you need to check it out.