Two women are abducted by a group of snuff filmmakers and brought into a Hellish nightmare of unmistakable brutality, viciousness and destruction that will leave every viewer shocked, amazed and awestruck.
Jamie, who is clearly an adult, says her mother was a "horror freak" so she named her after Jamie Lee Curtis. However Jamie Lee Curtis didn't make a horror film until 1978, only 11 years before this film was made. See more »
So... Frankie. What are you gonna do now?
Oh, I don't know. It's a big country. I've been reading and I've been thinking. Maybe I'll be like you, Agnes, and just walk around.
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Can the cast act? Is it supposed to be day or night? Is there any continuity at all? Come on. Give it a rest.It's a Milligan film. It's not perfect,but that's kinda the point. Turn off your mind,relax,and enjoy.The Andy Milligan films I've seen have this strange almost out of this world quality to them that I really like,and this one is one of the strangest.Hal Borske is at it again with yet another set of goofy fake dime-store teeth.This time he's "Frankie" a lovable meat cleaver wielding maniac who chops the bad guys into little bits.Who couldn't love a child like creature who was built in a garage with spare parts from the morgue and animal vet with a red clown wig on? Sounds like fun to me.
What we have in store here is lots of cheezy gore ,violence,and downright hilarity.It's all done with a budget of about $37.62 not including the price of some of the local butcher's left-over guts.I just love stuff like this. Chances are you will too.This one is a real treat for lovers of drive-in cheeze.
8.75/10 on the drive-in-freak-o-meter...a must see 8)
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