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such a nasty woman | by maryann johanson

the oh-no! DVD of the week: ‘The Sinful Dwarf’

In case that cover art hasn’t already sold you, you should know that The Daily Grindhouse has endorsed this cinematic masterpiece as:

The mother of all ‘Dwarfspolitation’ films! Over The Top With Nudity, Sex And Disturbing Images. It Just Doesn’t Get Any Sleazier, Folks!

What’s it all about? Oh, glory:

“A young bride,” promised the ads, “left alone to the lewd passions of an evil dwarf!” Severin Films is officially going to Hell – and taking you with them – with the first time ever in America DVD release of what may be the sleaziest film in EuroCult history: Diminutive former kiddie-show host Torben Bille – who looks disturbingly like Jack Black in a trash compactor – stars as the pint-sized pervert who imprisons drugged teenage sex slaves in the attic of his drunken mother’s decrepit rooming house… and that’s just the first ten minutes! The delicious Anne Sparrow – in her first and understandably only screen role – co-stars in this towering achievement in graphic depravity, now fully restored from a 35mm print discovered hidden in a janitor’s closet at the Danish Film Institute!

I’m so glad this new release is restored. I would have hated to waste those DVD dollars I set aside for evil-dwarf exploitation on an inferior product.

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  • Accounting Ninja


    That face has scarred me. Forever.

    Although, it seems to be less a “dwarfsploitation” film and more a “femaleteenagesexslavesploitation” to me. Fail for unoriginality.

  • I don’t know what you’re talking about. This feature needs to be renamed the “Hell Yes! DVD of the Week”.

    No, ok, seriously, this looks terrifying.

  • Saladinho

    I’m wondering why it’s “understandably” the delicious Anne Sparrow’s only film role…

  • MaSch

    Somehow this movie would sound more interesting to me if it were about a “young dwarf left alone to the lewd passions of an evil bride!”

    Saladinho: I guess Anne Sparrow realized after making this movie that nothing she could do afterwards could top the sheer *-ness of this movie, and therefore retired early.

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