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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.