Women being stalked by a killer that obsesses over his "beauties".
A lot of sitting around talking and and abrupt ending where the women kill said killer.
This film ripped off QT's Death Proof before it was even made.
A female Cinema Snob on the title card? Well, that's one way to get my knickers off.
Ah the ex-wife; this was before the dark times, before the... lloydpire.
So basically, what this movie was saying (by way of the police line-up with all the guys wearing hockey masks) is that back in the 70s, men could rape women with impunity and the cops wouldn't bother investigating because it was "too hard", and they would actually have to put energy and effort into their investigations. Therefore they just wouldn't bother to do it at all. And that it was only when women formed vigilante groups and targeted the rapists and either brought them to justice or outright killed them was anything ever actually accomplished. That's a great message for the women who may have seen this back then. I'm sure that made them all feel really safe and secure. I'm just glad that the technology to capture and incarcerate rapists is available now, by way of DNA evidence and other methods like it. And most of the films the Snob has reviewed that were made in the 70s? It sure looks to me like that was not exactly the greatest time to be alive. That's just my observation, though.....
Decided to watch this episode on Valentine's Day. At least I saw Deadpool the other day.
7:27 to 7:34- It's reasons like this that show why I'm not a dick to women.
16:35- I take it that Brad isn't in a "hot pussied little whore" mode at this point.
It makes sense that the only thing with a penis who has any remote sense of decency and respect towards women is the Asian martial arts instructor. Because he is more like a living piece of both set design and plot device than an actual character. He is the radioactive spider of this movie. He is how they get their powers in order to fight the rapist.
My girlfriend kisses me when we say the same thing, too. Go figure.
I will say that the lead actress in this was very pretty. And she had a great body, too. I looked her up and she didnt do too many movies, she mostly did TV work and then faded into obscurity at some point.
Also, Stanley "Foul Mouth" Adams was Cyrano Jones in one of the most memorable Star Trek TOS eps ever, The Trouble With Tribbles, and he would voice Jones again in the Animated ep, More Tribbles, More Troubles, Sadly, he committed suicide in 1977.
And I cant leave without saying....LLOYD DUDE LLOYD DUDE! LOL.
Some of the older archived videos of 2009 were brought over from the youtube account before thecinemasnob.com was created, so please forgive the lesser video quality of such as some did not transfer well.