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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.


Jean Rollin

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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


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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Also Known As:

La femme dangereuse See more »

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Impex Films,Tanagra See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


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 »


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

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Poor Film from Rollin
6 February 2010 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Killing Car (1993)

* (out of 4)

Extremely bad revenge flick about an Asian woman going around in an American car and killing countless people to she comes across. The woman doesn't speak a word and instead just goes up to her victims and shoots them. The police are baffled as to who is doing the killings and why. This French film is a really bad one and it's rather shocking to see something like this from someone like Rollin. That's not to say the director hasn't made some really bad films because he has but even his worse films at least contain some sort of style and that is missing here. The entire movie has a very cheap look and feel to it. The movie's budget appears to be just a few hundred and there's really not much of anything to recommend here. The reasons behind the murders is the main draw here as the director tries to keep the secret from start to finish and he does at least do this good. There are two twists at the end of the movie I think they both worked fine. It's getting to the twists that is the hard part. The movie features some of the worse acting this side of a homemade porn movie as all the performances here are really, really bad. Just check out the woman who is in her apartment building when the lights go out as she goes into a fit not knowing what's going on. This scene here was so poorly acted that I couldn't even get a laugh out of it. Tiki Tsang plays the killer and I'm not really sure what to think about her. She has the "look" of a silent killer but I wouldn't say that's enough to consider it a good performance. The movie contains some really ugly cinematography, a poor editing job and some really horrid death scenes that are so cheap you have to wonder what they were thinking. Fans of Rollin should skip this sucker all together unless you watch the first five minutes and then skip to the final five for the secret.

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