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Forced Entry (1975)

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A serial rapist stalks and murders prostitutes.

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Nancy Ulman
Ron Max ...
Carl
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Hitch Hiker
Brian Freilino ...
Peter Ulman
Vasco Valladeres ...
Pimp in Car (as Vasco Valladares)
Robin Leslie ...
Hooker in Car
Billy Longo ...
Charlie
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Richie
Beth Carlton ...
Mrs. Hayes
David Kerman ...
Man with Dog
Frank Verroca ...
Delivery Boy
Michele Miles ...
Girl on Bike
Glenn Scarpelli ...
Glenn Ulman
Amy Levitan ...
Amy Ulman
Tammy Beker ...
Phyllis on Phone (voice)
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Horror/thriller about a psychotic mechanic whose history of childhood abuse at the hands of his mother leads to murderous rage against women. When he ends up falling for one of his potential victims, the terrified but resourceful woman manages to manipulate his amorous feelings so she can escape. Written by Ørnås

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OK movie.....
8 April 2003 | by (Norfolk, VA) – See all my reviews

I wanted to watch this one sense I am a fan of films such as "Last House on the Left" and "Maniac". This film follows in this same gener only less satisfying to watch than those above. This movie is about a garage worker who leads a double life as a serial rapeist, watching young women and taking advantage of them at the apropriate moment. He stutters when he's with a girl and starts to feel nervous which I felt was unapprpriate for the movie. Then we see him making his move towards the victim and them the movie switches to a different scene and then later on in the movie like when we see the killer watching TV or drinking a beer or scratching his rabbit which is his only friend we see flashbacks of what happened between the killer and the unfortunate victim which we should have seen while he was killing the victim. This I also found unnecisary in the movie. The part that I did like in the movie as compared to "Maniac" was the fact that we get to see what the killers thinking and just why he commits these murders and I liked that. Always wanted to know just what made those serial killers tick. But this one didn't tick to much for me, I gave it a 4.


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