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Killing Car (1993)

Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama
Two cops try to stop a mysterious serial killer dubbed "Car Woman" after the toy car she always leaves next to her victims in this surreal slasher.

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Jean Rollin
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tiki Tsang Tiki Tsang ... The Car Woman
Frederique Haymann Frederique Haymann ... (as Frédérique Haymann)
Jean-Jacques Lefeuvre Jean-Jacques Lefeuvre
Karine Swanson Karine Swanson ... (as Karine Swenson)
Jean-René Gossart Jean-René Gossart ... (as Jean-René Gossard)
Karine Hulewicz Karine Hulewicz
Pascal Montsegur Pascal Montsegur
Barbara Annovozi Barbara Annovozi
Pascale Lemaire Pascale Lemaire
Oum' Dierryla Oum' Dierryla ... (as Oum Dierryla)
Samuel Tastet Samuel Tastet
Morgan Buquen Morgan Buquen
Jean-Pierre Bouyxou Jean-Pierre Bouyxou
Anissa Berkani-Rohmer Anissa Berkani-Rohmer ... (as Anissa Rohmer)
Maurice Rohmer Maurice Rohmer
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Two cops try to stop a mysterious serial killer dubbed "Car Woman" after the toy car she always leaves next to her victims in this surreal slasher.

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Also Known As:

La femme dangereuse See more »

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Impex Films, Tanagra See more »
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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

The Car Woman racks the slide of her semi automatic pistol every time before firing it. Not only is that not necessary (except prior to her first shot), it would eject the next round, as there would already be a round in the chamber after firing her previous shot. See more »

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Featured in Eurotika!: Vampires and Virgins (1999) See more »

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Such an abysmal film from a great director
18 March 2019 | by Stevieboy666See all my reviews

A beautiful Oriental woman embarks on a revengeful killing spree in Paris, leaving a small toy car at every murder scene. This could and should have been good but it seems that Rollin decided to make as bad a movie as possible. The first 15 minutes are taken up by the most absurd gunfight that I have had the misfortune to endure. The acting, script, continuity are all bad. Being a Rollin movie, however, means plenty of gratuitous female nudity. More of a thriller but the rumbling thunder on cue and a scene involving a scythe (a la Fascination) do lend KC some horror elements. Rollin is one of my favourite European directors, this effort sadly is a MASSIVE disappointment.


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