Doctor Gore (1973)
The Body Shop
Dr. Gore
Shrieks in the Night

Nomination Year: 1995
SYNOPSIS:  What to do if you're a mad scientist with a hunchback named Greg, and can't find the perfect girl? You build her yourself, of course, piece by piece.

This is the "plot." The reason for the film is to use gallons upon gallons of fake blood. In this sense, it succeeds wildly.

Worst Cover Copy

Speechless
The horrible Doctor Gore cover. It's just ... it ... bad.

Inane Dialogue

As Opposed to What Now?
*Knock*
*Knock*
"Get that. It might be the door."
As opposed to what, a woodpecker outside?

Smithee Award Winner! "Whoops!"

Don't Walls Normally Touch the Ceiling?
The delivery men bring in a box and interact with the main characters. Meanwhile, the audience can plainly see the top of the SET. It's made all the more obvious when the cameraman tries to correct it in mid-scene with an abrupt shift.

Worst Acting

She's a Re-al Dre-ag
The Doctor kidnaps Ellen (Jeannine Aber), but not before they both stink up the screen with their acting and her annoying Brooklyn accent. "Je-ack was a real dre-ag."

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
J.G. Patterson, Jr.  
Jenny Driggers  
Roy Mehaffey  
Candy Furr  
Jeannine Aber Dr Gore was her only film appearance -- ever 
Director Claim to Fame
J.G. Patterson, Jr.  

Kevin Hogan

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