SS Experiment Camp

"Sex experiments in pursuit of a better tomorrow!"

SS Experiment Camp is a Nazi and sexplotation film that was directed by Spaghetti Western maestro, Sergio Garrone. Garrone, brother of the famous Italian actor Riccardo Garrone, was not primarily known for his exploitation work but mainly for his horror, action westerns which would later become a big influence on numerous other directors' films such as Clint Eastwood's High Plains Drifter and Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained (which was based on Garrone's Django the Bastard). The film centers around various women stuck in a Nazi concentration camp which is presided over by a sadistic German official. The official's scheme is to find a way to successfully transplant a testicle into his body after his own were destroyed by a vengeful Russian woman. The experiments are meant to elicit both horror and sexual arousal and it was because of this as well as its risque ad campaign that the film was banned in various countries in the eighties during the height of the Video Nasties scare.

| 1976 | 1 hr 31 min | 3.2/10
Sergio Garrone
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