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Rebecca De Mornay,
Jane, a biker chick/dominatrix, lures an innocent businessman back to her apartment for some kinky games. In the midst of fornication, her dumb boyfriend Donny and his religious nut brother Clem return with the severed head of their first murder victim, and who are now fearing for their lives from a vengeful gang of psychos. Donny plots to brutally murder the businessman, while Clem continues studying for his correspondence course in priesthood. Written by
Very black comedy about two psychotic siblings, (Tom Munch - Donny) and (Gerry Quigley - Clem), who terrorize a businesman in their apartment who was brought home by Dyanne DiMarco - Jane. Further, the brothers must decide who will take the fall for a decapitation they recently committed of an individual who took their parking space. Between the religous ramblings of Clem and the prominent psychosis of all three characters, this movie provides decent acting at points as well as extreme violence. Its hard to believe that anybody as insane as the ones on this film would be allowed on the streets. For a low budget movie it is average and one that someone who enjoys extremely dark humour might enjoy. 5/10
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