Starring: Gary Allen, Pamela Jean Bryant, Ted Chapman, Denise Galik, Flo Gerrish, Jon Greene, Stan Haze, Don Lake, Chuck Mitchell, Victor Mojica, Susanne Severeid, Chris Wallace, James Westmoreland, Nicholas Worth, Ben Frank, Tom Lasswell
Director: Robert Hammer
This mix of drama, camp, and brutal violence is anchored by the performance of Nicholas Worth. Worth plays Kurt Smith, a sweaty, balding maniac who strangles women with a stocking, raping and mutilating them during and after death. A Vietnam veteran, Smith prowls the streets of Hollywood posing as a photographer, then sells his violent porn to sleazy smut-peddler Sam (Porky's star Chuck Mitchell). At home, Smith lifts weights and tells off his dead father, whose abuse was obviously one cause of his mania. Sometimes he calls the radio show of psychiatrist Lindsey Gale (Flo Gerrish), posing as a Puerto Rican named Ramon and asking for advice about his headaches. Dedicated cop McCabe (James Westmoreland) has no luck solving the case until Smith murders one of Dr. Gale's patients, in an unforgivably sick scene. The patient (Paula Warner) was molested by her father, which Smith overhears. When he breaks into her house that night, Smith ties her up while cooing, "Daddy loves his little girl," and pouring hot wax on her as she cries into her teddy-bear. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi.
Audio Commentary, "Answering The Phone" - an interview with actor Nicholas Worth, Still Gallery, Trailers.
Pamela Jean Bryant,
|Studio Name:||Navarre Corporation|
|Run Time (in minutes):||94 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Dolby Digital Stereo|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.25|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||0.7 x 5.5 x 7.8|