Alice Cooper plays a pop star who takes his band to his hometown to shoot his latest video. They are greeted by the sheriff (whom he's known since a kid) that warn him that there's been several murders in the area where the bodies were ripped to shreds. The police think it's a pack of wild dogs, but Alice knows differnt. Written by
Twenty years later, the nightmare begins again and now it's Lou's turn to pay...
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Did You Know?
Although the script is credited to fictional director Clyde Anderson, it was actually penned by Rossella Drudi
, wife of the actual director, Claudio Fragasso
. Drudi intended to remain in Italy with their young daughter while the movie was being filmed, but she ended up traveling to Spain during production to hammer out rewrites. See more
Vince's eyeshadow changes from a bold bright blue to a duller shade and back again all throughout the final half of the film, sometimes within the same scene. See more
We're not scared of those dogs, Sheriff. I'll take care of us. I foam at the mouth too, you know. If I bite them, they'll get rabies! So we don't need guns for those dogs.
Now you got me feelin' sorry for the dogs.
[the van pulls away; the Sheriff turns to his deputy
I wish she'd bite me instead. First, I'd make her roll over, and soon I'd have her sittin' up and beggin'.
Hope Vince Roberts doesn't get her to play dead.
References Billy the Kid
(credited as "Identity Chrises")
by Alice Cooper See more