Breeders

Synopsis: The Manhattan General Hospital has admitted a string of young women who have been raped by something otherworldly. The perpetrator only attacks women who are virgins. Dr. Pace and Detective Andriotti work together to try and isolate the strange organic material found on the victims, and to try and locate the fiend. Soon the victims begin arising in a trance and leaving the hospital by an underground passage where their fate awaits them.
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi
 
IMDB:
3.5
R
Year:
1986
77 min
8 Views

Who told you a cheap dinner in

an Italian restaurant was a ticket to a girl's bed?

Don't you ever call me again, you creep.

47th and Broadway

Leave me alone!

I'm sorry, miss.

I didn't mean to frighten you.

You'd have been a lot sorrier.

With your eyes full of Mace.

You do know you shouldn't be

in this neighbourhood at this hour.

I wouldn't recommend it for you either.

You're crazier than I am.

I live around the corner.

I have no choice.

Rudolph knows I prefer to take him for a walk

than to find something unpleasant

in the morning.

You wouldn't believe this place in the old days.

My wife and I took our babies for strolls

in a perambulator.

This building housed

my favourite chocolate shop.

- How bad is it, doc?

- About as bad it can get, detective.

Is she gonna make it?

She'll make it,

but I'm not sure she's gonna want to.

- What do you mean?

- You're gonna have to see to understand.

- God.

- I toldyou.

- What kind of maniac would have done this?

- Somebody very, very sick.

I've never seen anything like it.

We haven't figured out

what he did in conjunction with the rape.

But our tests show

some kind of damage from acid.

- LSD?

- No, some kind of corrosive acid.

It's all right.

I'm Dr Gamble Pace. You're safe.

Don't be afraid, Donna.

This man is here to help.

He's from the police department.

I'll be here while you talk.

Hi, Donna.

I'm Detective Dale Andriotti.

If you can tell me everything that happened,

I'm gonna find whoever did this.

I don't remember.

I don't remember anything.

I don't remember.

You're notdead. You'realive.

If you're alive, you can remember

and we can find him.

Please, Donna, try.

A German man...

...with a dog. He...

Tell me, what did he look like?

Who was he?

This has happened each time.

Partial recall and then

a selective amnesiac or catatonic state.

Geoffrey, bring me enough

bandages to change her dressing.

Her wounds are reinfecting rapidly.

I want a 24 hour watch on this patient

Who sent all these flowers?

We haven't notified her family yet.

I brought them over.

Mrs Arquette died last night.

- She doesn't need them any more.

- Oh, I see. That's enough for now.

- You wanna talk about this?

- Sure. Are you angrywith me?

This kind of case makes me want to kill

every man that was ever born.

Hey, I'm an innocent bystander.

I know. And you're a specialist.

But there's more to this

than what you've seen.

- What do you mean?

- Come with me.

Look at these statistics.

Five days, five women.

Amnesia can occur in a trauma like this,

but they all have it.

Also there are other signs that match,

in every case.

Disturbing signs.

Each rape has been particularly brutal.

What about this?

Each victim remembers a different assailant.

A sailor, a businessman, a fat man,

even a woman.

This guy must have some excellent disguises.

Look, the EKGs show something unreal.

Brain wavelength so intense that it's inhuman.

What?

I don't get it. Something about these attacks

has actually changed these women.

It's as if some sort of drug

had been forced on them.

And this organic matter.

Each victim has traces of it on their bodies.

It's also unidentifiable, untraceable.

- Sorry, youcan'tsmoke inthisoffice.

- Sorry.

- What about semen? Does it match?

- No traces of semen.

We found some kind of matter on the women

that we can't analyse.

And inside of them this thick black substance.

- What else did the women have in common?

- Get ready for this.

Until this happened,

each one of them has been a... virgin.

OK, that's it. Let's take lunch.

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Tim Kincaid

Tim Kincaid (born July 2, 1944) is an American film director, film writer and film producer often credited as Joe Gage or Mac Larson. To a perceptive viewer some of the characters in Gage's films can be clearly understood as "gay identified", while others are just as clearly intended to represent bisexual men who normally inhabit the heterosexual world and may even be happily married. Many other characters—perhaps most of them—defy easy categorization, however. "I never went out of my way to emphasize the butch or straight attributes of my guys--I always sought to portray them as representatives of the average, ordinary, for the most part, working-class citizen."For all of these reasons, Kincaid’s aesthetic sensibilities had a significant impact not only on his contemporaries in the adult film world but on gay-male culture as it was developing in the 1970s and 1980s. "He's . . . the first artist who dared to suggest that sex between men was more about camaraderie than romance, more about hot action than a lifestyle. While his characters were always working-class Joes, his '70s epics became blueprints of sexual tension-building and were also stylistically innovative." Numerous filmmakers of today cite the Gage films as being highly instrumental in their own development, and at least one gay singer-songwriter has used the phrase "a Joe Gage face" in his lyrics, knowing that for some listeners it would immediately evoke a certain kind of male handsomeness, in much the same way that "Gibson girl" or "Patrick Nagel" bring to mind a specific type of feminine beauty. "The "Gage Men", as they were known during the heyday of the '70s, appeared more sexy Average Joe than Abercrombie & Fitch. They tended toward the hairy and the hunky ..." more…

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