Harry is an aggravated writer, killer, and drug addict scumbag who will stop at nothing to destroy those who stand between him and insanity. Driven by the demonic voices of his ventriloquist dummy Rubberneck, Harry begins his killing spree.Written by
Harry Russo (John Giancaspro) is a cocaine sniffing maniac who gets his thrills by cutting up, beating and raping women he feels to be dirty. Sometimes he does the killing and then the raping so you know he has a few screws loose. He appears to also be getting orders from a doll known as "Rubberneck". This isn't the greatest film ever made and it's certainly not a good one but I must admit to having a nostalgia trip down memory lane. Becoming a horror fan during the 1980's saw a big line of films being released straight to VHS and you never really knew what you were going to get. That's somewhat the case for this film as it was shot on a digital camera and probably features a budget of under a few thousand dollars. What the film lacks in money it tries to make up with all out craziness. Giancaspro gives it his all as he does on cray thing after another be it dancing around naked in a parking garage or doing some sort of strange dance in a blond wig. The funniest scene is when he goes through a Wendy's drive-thru and asks to order some Big Macs. It's clear this shot was "real" and it was rather hilarious. The "whore mangling" aspects of the film are mostly bad special effects but they always try to go an extra step including one scene where a nipple is cut off and eaten. Yeah, it's that type of movie. Again, this is a pretty bad movie but you have to respect the fact that these guys actually got one made. Only the most jaded people will want to check this out even with all the nudity.
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