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The Bushwhacker (1968)

A crazy mountain-man shoots down a small passenger plane. He then proceeds to stalk, torture and kill the survivors.


(as B. Ron Eliot)


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Cast overview:
Dan Martin ...
The Bushwacker (as Ronny Runningboard)
Merci Montello ...
Dawn (as Merci Mee)
Barbara Kline ...
Maureen (as Acee Decee)
Harvey Shain ...
Dan (as Forman Shane)


A crazy mountain-man shoots down a small passenger plane. He then proceeds to stalk, torture and kill the survivors.

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Horror | Thriller





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November 1968 (USA)  »

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Historically relevant, but incredibly dull.
26 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I wanted to like it. I really did. It would seem to me that it had all of the ingredients that should make for an interesting flick. All of the elements are there...nudity, sex, and violence. Dare I say it's even somewhat historically relevant as it takes thing a step further than the "roughies" that came before it.

The only problem is that it's incredibly dull. Seemingly endless scenes of walking around in circles followed by more of the same. The soft-core scenes were...well, I've never seen anything like it. It's almost like they were afraid of each other, or had never even seen people together let alone done anything with anyone themselves. Kinda like what maybe a six year old would think people do. It's not that I was looking for hardcore sex as much as I don't think I've ever seen anything less erotic that's supposed to be erotic.

There is a substantial amount of nudity (sometimes full frontal at that). The women are quite attractive too. You'd think that would be enough to keep everything afloat, but after a while it grows thin. Yea...I know. I wouldn't think it was possible either, but they managed to find a way.

Well there's always the violence, right? Not really. The idea behind it, perhaps, but the execution left a lot to be desired. What should be the most simple of effects comes off about as poorly as possible.

I'm very forgiving of low budget flicks. Hell I'm not only tolerant of them, but usually take a great deal of pleasure from what I call the "cheeze element". Sadly even that's not enough to save this one.

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