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USA 1972
produced by
Robert C. Chinn, Manuel S. Conde for Chinn-Adrian Productions
directed by Walt Davis
starring Cleo O'Hara, Sandra Henderson, Jane Louise, Rick Cassidy, Margot Devletian, Chesley Noon, Gerard Broulard, Jacqueline Lissette, Harold Groves, Roy Hankey, Walt Davis, John Holmes (cameo)
written by Walt Davis, music by Dan Goodman, Jim Wingert, assistant director John Holmes, cinematography by Manuel S. Conde

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Sister Sarah Jane (Cleo O'Hara) is a preacher against pleasurable sex (& men in general), but she's not someone who only preaches against it, she also does something about the problem: In sexy outfits she picks up men in roadhouses, seduces them somewhere private & then brutally slaughters them (but only after she has had sex with them).

But even though her methods are questionable, her preaching is horrible & her singing hymns is even worse, she eventually finds a disciple in rich girl Penelope (Sandra Henderson), whom she initiates in a weird lesbian bondage ritual, & soon persuades her not only to do her bidding but Penny also promises her to finance a tv-show.

Soon too, Penny is sent out to pick up men & have sex with them before Sarah Jane can slaughter them, which might be a bit problematic since Penny's a lesbian, but still, Penny obeys her new mistress. Then though Penny's girlfriend Junie (Jane Louise) comes for a visit, & tries to expose Sarah Jane for what she is, a moneygrabbing psycho, & Sarah Jane pretends to leave ... but when Penny & Junie have sex, she sneaks back in & strangles Junie to death.

Sarah Jane & Penny hide Junie's body in the woods, when they stumble over a couple doing it. Later, the male part of the couple catches them peeping, & to not let him find their hidden corpse, the two women walk off with him.


This film has all the elements that should make it funny - a pseudo-religious serialkiller plot as a feeble excuse to show sex & some violence, a stupid storyline carried by stupid dialogue, & of course two lead actresses who look a little out of it, especially when they show up in the least likely moments singing hymns (& badly too), only armed with a tambourine -, but unfortunately the mix doesn't work, most probably because the film doesn't know which direction to go, over-the-top macabre comedy, serialkiller film or pure sexploitation, but refuses to combine the three genres. Pity, this could have been good.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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