Vice Squad tells the story of Princess (Season Hubley, Escape From New York and also one of my all time favorite films: Hardcore), a single mother and business woman, who turns to prostitution when things get tough. Princess is willing to do pretty much anything with her prospective clients, as long as there’s some decent money involved. When asked if she’s into “golden showers”, she initially declines but when the customer offers her a little bit more money, Princess jumps at the chance. She’s definitely down on her luck.
If you think that line was said by Clint Eastwood in one of his Dirty Harry films, you’d be mistaken. It was uttered in 1982, the year before Sudden Impact, in director Gary Sherman’s sensationally sleazy Vice Squad, a sordid but exciting look at life on the seedy strip of Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard when the sun goes down. The guys at Destroy The Brain.com usually feature horror fare at their monthly Late Night Grindhouse midnight series, but this weekend’s offering is indeed Vice Squad, a crime film more in line with a pair of Linda Blair movies (Chained Heat and Savage Streets) they showed last year (appropriate since Vice Squad star Wings Hauser dated Linda Blair for several years).
It may be hard out there for a pimp but the opening of Vice Squad where Ramrod, the sadistic pimp played by Hauser,
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