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Death Spa [Blu-ray] [US Import]


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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing like Death Spa! 29 Aug 2004
By bay bay - Published on
There ia absolutely nothing like this movie!!! Yes it is a bit corny, but it is very funny and has an excellent plot. (How many movies do you remembre where a jealous, deceased ex wife comes back to haunt and torment any AND everybody at a health spa, through a computer system no less?) If you are into 1980's horror with laughs and a little bit of nudity, then check this one out. Otherwise, this isn't for you.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Quintessential Eighties Horror Cheese-fest That Is Supremely Silly, But Remarkably Fun 7 Jun 2014
By K. Harris - Published on
I'll be honest from word one: I can't really convince you that the delightfully daft horror epic "Death Spa" is a great movie. It isn't! As a time capsule for the late eighties slasher flick, though, it is much more fun than you have any reason to imagine it will be. Truthfully, I loved this movie! It didn't shock or scare me, but I laughed along as it moved from one silly scenario to the next. At the heart of "Death Spa" is a sophisticated computer controlled gym facility. This state-of-the-art luxury spa has everything you would want from a gym, except (of course) for an ever-escalating body count! As the movie progresses, it seems that the computer system has been compromised and this leads to a series of unfortunate events. As weight machines grow deadly, the sauna becomes a death trap, and the showers develop a murderous mind of their own, one must wonder if anyone is safe. Various other problems plague the Health Spa, but for most of the patrons--things remain business-as-usual.

That's part of the movie's charm, though. No matter what has happened to kill or maim the gym's hard bodies, no one quits coming to work-out! Heck, what's a death or two? A gala costume party, in fact, remains on track for the film's finale. It seems a tad thoughtless to proceed with the party, but who am I to judge? And as the blood starts to flow at the party (screams, fights, countless deaths and mutilations), most of the revelers remain in a sweetened state of bliss no matter how close by death is knocking. But is there any escaping the Death Spa? Even the clueless detective investigating matters is more concerned with the juice girl than the violent deaths all around him!

The central mystery, naturally, is what is causing the Spa to malfunction. Is it a maniacal murderer? Technology gone awry? Perhaps a ghost in the machine? The spa manager does seem haunted by a tragedy from the past. The answers are provided, but they are certainly secondary to the action set pieces that comprise the various deaths and accidents. This being a terrifically cheesy horror endeavor from the eighties, you can expect plenty of full frontal nudity, a techno soundtrack, and copious amounts of fake blood and gruesome effects. Is all quite fun. I had not seen this movie before, but found this a handsome Blu-ray release (new 2K high definition transfer) with a surprising number of features.

Commentary with Director, Producer and Editor
Making-of Featurette
Trailers (theatrical and video)

I've watched so many horror films from the eighties, the video market was literally packed with unusually delightful titles. Maybe, for me, there was a nostalgia factor that caused me to fall in love with "Death Spa." If you are a lover of bad movies, though, this one is fun through and through. KGHarris, 6/14.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The greatest comedy of all time.... 27 Oct 2003
By "shmoo13" - Published on
Just look at the title...LOOK AT IT!!! You know this isn't really a horror movie. And when the movie opens with a sign for the "Starbody Health Spa" shorting out so that the only letters lighting up spell "______d_ _ea_th Spa", you know you're in for a comedic treat. Featuring the man who's chest spurts forth cherry kool-aid, the incredible melting woman, the hand eating blender, the ever amazing disappearing/reappearing hand trick, and a wonderful cameo by the overhead microphone. This movie never ceases in the laughter department (unfortunately, I don't think they intended it that way) And don't believe all the hype about the gore, which is very humorous (but alas, not good) nor the sex (Nudity is not sex!)...the only real star of this movie is the attack of the frozen fish! The greatest part of the entire movie. Pure hillarity! Here's our little does a ghost that takes control of the main computer at a spa (which can I guess concievably control an exercise machine and a blender) assume control of a frozen fish and have it attack the throat of a man? Don't over-analyze this...just watch it and laugh. The funniest, non-humorous movie of all time. Grab your popcorn and enjoy. VIVA LA DEATH SPA FISH!!!!
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not Rated -- But Look Out !! 27 Mar 2004
By J. Reynolds - Published on
This exemplary horror movie, about the dead wife of a health-spa owner who makes things unbearable for him and his clients, was not rated -- but it should have been R for gore and nudity. A FABULOUS film... lots of horror/gore and scares. Don't miss it.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Genius 12 Aug 2001
By Javier Reynaldo - Published on
If you've seen the cover of the movie and you still need to know more about it before seeing it, it's not for you.
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