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Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers
Mit Motorsägen spasst man nicht

USA 1988
produced by
Fred Olen Ray, James Golff (executive), Nick Marino (executive), Salvatore Richichi (executive) for Savage Cinema, American Independent
directed by Fred Olen Ray
starring Gunnar Hansen, Linnea Quigley, Jay Richardson, Dawn Wildsmith, Michelle Bauer, Esther Elise, Tricia Burns, Fox Harris (as Jerry Fox), Jimmy Williams, Michael Sonye (as Dukey Flyswatter), Dennis T.mooney, Jerry Miller, Steve Welles, Charles O'Hair, Susie Wilson, Gary J. Levinson, Jeffrey Hill, Gerry Jenkins, Sandy Palm, Christopher Ray
written by Fred Olen Ray, Terrill Lee Lankford, music by Michael Perilstein

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Actually, all private detective Jack Chandler (Jay Richardson) was hired to do was to bring teenage runaway Samantha (Linnea Quigley) back to her parents, and the chainsaw killings taking place all over town should leave him unfazed ... but when he has almost hit the jackpot and finds the girl dancing in a strip joint, he is drugged by his date, prostitute Mercedes (Michelle Bauer), and when he comes to, he finds himself tied to a bed, with a few sexy women - Samantha among them - carrying chainsaws leaning over him. They threaten to cut him apart violently when their master, high priest of the chainsaw (Gunnar Hansen) interferes. Apparently there's a chainsaw worshipping evil cult in town that has originated from ancient Egypt, and they want to make Jack their supreme sacrifice at Samantha's initiation. Samantha though has joined the cult undercover to destroy it from within, and she helps Jack escape - to little avail, because the two of them almost immediately get themselves back into the clutches of the cult again, and in the finale, it seems as if Samantha was to saw Jack open after all - when she instead turns her chainsaw on the high priest to cut him apart, and Mercedes too in a chainsaw duel. The rest of the cultists flee, to be collected by the police, while Jack gets the girl - Samantha that is.


A very silly little movie with a plot that's little more than a hanger to show some blood and lots of boobs - thing is though, co-writer/director Fred Olen Ray is very much aware of that and pokes fun at it constantly, making this film not your usual 1980's slasher but a film noir-inspired sex-horror-comedy. True though, Fred Olen Ray is not enough of a director to make all of the aspects of his film work properly, and the budget of the movie was to low to give it the scope it could have needed, but it's still a rather humourous little movie that is a good deal funnier (and sexier) than most of Hollywood's current big budget genre parodies.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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