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Dr. Lamb Review

Posted by Josh Samford On September - 29 - 2010
September just keeps on chugging along and I am just DYING for the Halloween Horrors to begin! Oh well! We’ll just have to survive until then, and in order to pass the time how about a review for one really nasty CAT III serial killer sleazefest? Dr. Lamb is here to serve that purpose! A disturbing and bleak film that should entice many horror fans looking for something disturbing and bizarre!

The Plot: With a great number of recent missing persons, things are getting tense within the police department where Detective Lee (played by Danny Lee) works. After they receive a tip dealing with a photographer who has been dropping off photos of young women nude who look like they may be dead, the force jumps on it. They end up catching the brilliant, but utterly strange, Lam (Simon Yam) who refuses to talk about anything with them at first. Even in the face of torture he refuses to utter a word. After Lee turns his own family against him though, Lam feels completely alone and confesses to his crimes. What follows is a brutal and harrowing account of his victims and their final hours. Lam killed several women, all seemingly for the bland reason that they annoyed him. This is his story.







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