BDSM Movie Review

1983 BDSM Movie of the Year


1983 - 89 mins. Rated  Un-rated version  Fantasy/Horror/Mystery  Director: David Cronenberg  Cast: Deborah Harry, James Woods, others

Plot Outline: Lowlife cable TV operator Max Renn discovers a "snuff TV" broadcast called Videodrome. But Videodrome is more than a TV show - it's an experiment that uses regular TV transmissions to permanently alter the viewer's perceptions by giving them brain damage. Max is caught in the middle of the forces that created Videodrome and the forces that want to control it, his body itself turning into the ultimate weapon to fight. One of the best films by director David Cronenberg, and a classic at it's time, Videodrome has quite a following. I think this film made James Woods and Deborah Harry (lead signer for Blondie) just stole the movie. Harry plays a women who loves pain (think I've meet a few of those) as she shows Woods by burning her breast with a hot cigarette. She wants to find Videodrome and audition for the station even if it means she'll be killed in a S/M scene. Hot fucking movie and worth having in any collectors library.  The video cap below were from an un-rated  DVD  of the movie which is linked to the left. Then I added the multiple image of Deb Harry so that you can see whatever you didn't see in the movie. Sort of a bonus. 

Deborah Harry - Videodrome


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