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
A gruesome tale of horror!
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Producer Henry Scarpelli was also a long-time comic book artist. Early in his career, he specialized in licensed adaptions for Dell like Hogan's Heroes and Get Smart. At DC Comics, he transitioned to what would become his specialty: Teen humor. Scarpelli pencilled and inked titles like Debbi's Dates, Binky, Binky's Buddies and Angel and the Ape. When DC discontinued the entire genre from their publishing schedule, Scarpelli was recruited by the seminal standard bearer for that genre, Archie Comics. Scarpelli was the main illustrator for Archie's various titles during the 1990s and 2000s. He even launched a short lived titled for Archie Comics, "Glenn Scarpelli Goes to Hollywood" which was a comic retelling of his sons adventures as a child actor on shows like One Day at A Time and Jennifer Slept Here. Glenn Scarpelli has a small part in this film. See more
Referenced in The Stendhal Syndrome