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OK, curiosity got the better of me: I suspected that Orgasm Torture in Satan's Rape Clinic would fail to live up to its incredibly depraved sounding title, but I had to see for myself just how far it would fall short. The answer: 'a bloody long way'.
The action takes place in a clinic dedicated to helping rape victims recover from trauma, and sees a pretty red-headed patient (Ruby Larocca) undergoing a unique three step programme—devised by the clinic's creepy doctor (Johnny Bronx) and administered with the help of his sexy assistant (Darian Caine)—which involves the girl being massaged, stripped naked, molested, and finally encouraged to pleasure herself.
Both the women get their kit off and indulge in a variety of steamy (non-XXX) naughtiness, but there's very little in the way of horror, and certainly nothing that could be described as torture. In other words, it's nothing but a lame lesbian soft-core sex flick masquerading as something far more extreme, and as such only deserves to be treated with contempt.
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