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Forced Entry (1975)

R | | Horror, Thriller
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
Frankie Verroca ...
Delivery Boy (as Frank Verroca)
Michele Miles ...
Girl on Bike
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Glenn Ulman
Amy Levitan ...
Amy Ulman
Tammy Beker ...
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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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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 »

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A precursor to "Maniac".
19 January 2002 | by See all my reviews

This is a trashy film and will be of no appeal to most viewers, but what's interesting about it is that it would make a great companion piece to the notorious 1980 "Maniac". I don't know why anyone would want to watch THAT film in the first place, but it's hard not to notice the obvious similarities. Although far less graphic and bloody, "Forced Entry" also allows as to "share" the maniacal killer's warped worldview, and the depiction of his mind seems pretty accurate. There is a minimal amount of plot, but it's starkly directed, and this is also one of the few chances you'll have to see Tanya Roberts giving a halfway good performance. (**)


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