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Julie R. Ølgaard
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Clay von Carlowitz
Clay von Carlowitz,
Tucker von Carlowitz
I have no intention in engaging in the game of comparing this movie to those previously made. There is really nothing original in horror, so naturally, any film will have glimpses of others. I am just glad I didn't have to watch a dubbed version.
Rino (Daniele Grassetti) and Aurora (Daniela Virgilio) were jumped on the side of the road and she was just about to get raped when Antonio (Gennaro Diana) came buy to stop the action, I mean to save the day.
They soon find that there are worse things than rape. Rino ends up tied up in the boy's (Fabiano Malantrucco) room, and she is running for her life through the woods.
Soon she is back in the house, and we see why this film was also called Italian Chainsaw.
There is lots of blood and gore, and some really icky stuff.
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