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The Hollywood Strangler Meets the Skid Row Slasher (1979)

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Hollywood Strangler ("Johnathan Click") kills young models... Skid Row Slasher kills winos ... What will happen when they meet?

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Cast overview:
Pierre Agostino ...
Carolyn Brandt ...
The Skid Row Slasher
Chuck Alford ...
Slasher Victim #1
Jim Parker ...
Slasher Victim #2
John Leeman ...
Slasher Victim #4
Denise Alford ...
Girl in Orange Shirt (Strangler Victim #6)
P.J. Parker ...
Streetwalker
Snowy Sinclair ...
Strangler Victim #2
Forrest Duke ...
Slasher Victim #3
Trish Mopes
Jean Roberts ...
Strangler Victim #5
Lori Morris ...
Strangler Victim #1
April Grant
Bonnie Smith ...
Strangler Victim #3
Joanne Hiatt ...
Strangler Victim #4
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A photographer cruises Hollywood and takes pictures of young models he then strangles. Meanwhile, a woman who works in a porno bookstore in downtown L.A. takes it upon herself to kill off the local derelicts. Soon the two killers meet up with each other. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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There is not one spoken word of dialogue in this entire movie, just a narration added in over some pre recorded background music See more »

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Fascinating in its way.
8 May 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

At this point in his filmmaking career, Ray Dennis Steckler had become obsessed with making his movies for as little money as possible. What he does here is an amusing study in minimalist filmmaking. It doesn't matter if it wouldn't exactly have been up for any Oscars, it remains a curious, watchable oddity for its mercifully brief 71 minute running time. As one might guess, there's not a whole lot of story here. The movie concerns two characters who we know are destined to come together at some point. Pierre Agostino is The Hollywood Strangler, a photographer by trade who's come to regard his models and other assorted young women as "bad" and in need of punishment. Yeah, we've seen guys like him in movies like this before. Carolyn Brandt, Steckler's ex-wife and frequent collaborator, is the other character whom we follow around, a bookstore employee who, when she's not staring off into space or jogging on the beach, is offing drunken bums with her handy switchblade. It's only a matter of time before these two like minded individuals are going to make the move of introducing themselves to one another. In the meantime, it's important to note that Steckler wasn't too interested in using microphones, so he filmed this as a virtual silent movie, a bold move for any exploitation film made during this time period. (Stock) music, sound effects, dialogue and narration were all added later. And what a hoot that narration is, hilariously written and hilariously performed, adding some spice to a leisurely paced pile of cinematic trash. The major point of interest with this thing is viewing it as a series of snapshots of a particular place - Hollywood Boulevard and its series of adult businesses - during a specific era, in this case, the late 1970s. That's really what makes it fascinating, although what's good for a great deal of entertainment are Agostino's expressions and Brandt's *lack* of expressions. Adventuresome sleaze lovers are certain to find this an acceptable diversion; others beware. It comes complete with numerous breast shots, shots of legs kicking as female victims get killed, various sexy outfits, and a generous helping of that endearingly tacky bright red movie blood. Seven out of 10.


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