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Memory is hazy on this one as I watched it as a kid in early 80's. Scene I remember is a semi-naked woman in a transparent box or cube that has needles inside it , it closes in around her and draws out blood. Also remember it having space ship or space station in it. any help much appreciated.

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I've been searching for this one too but don't think it was any of the above. I remember it draining her too with needles. I remember something space like and desert too. I certainly have no memory of any of the above and don't believe it is. I think it darker in tone. –  user20231 Dec 7 '13 at 12:15
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The Humanoid (1979)

I think it's this! Hope it helps!

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Star Wars really does have a lot to answer for, even aside from the prequels. –  Paul D. Waite Aug 8 '13 at 13:21
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The only thing I can think of is LifeForce but the UK poster was different than the one on IMDB so I'm not sure and I can't find a reference to the needles you mention.

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Can't remember any needle boxes in LifeForce. –  moopet Jan 21 '13 at 14:06
    
I saw it once, twenty five years ago, but I'm thinking that there was some sort of examination scene? I may be conflating it with another movie though and I'm certainly not watching it again no matter how nekkid Mathilda May gets –  user11154 Jan 21 '13 at 16:13
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I think you may be talking about a Cenobite Transformation Chamber in Hellraiser. Alternatively it might have been Event Horizon, which is a kind of Hellraiser in Space anyway.

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what about SpaceHunter: Adventures Beyond The Forbidden Zone? It was a 3d movie from the late seventies. I only saw it the once- so this is a long shot- but do remember making lots of spike/needle related torture type stuff out of lego in response!

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