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USA 1976
produced by
Allan Shackleton for Monarch Releasing Corporation
directed by Michael Findlay, Roberta Findlay, additional fake snuff footage by Mal Worob
starring Margarita Amuchastegui, Ana Carro, Liliana Fernandez Blanco, Roberta Findlay, Alfredo Iglesias

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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The film starts with a few drug-crazed hippie-girls in the countryside. When they find out one of them has held back some drugs on the others, they shoot at her (not kill her). Onto the scene steps a young man self-consciously calling himself Satan. He tortures her. Having nothing to do with that, Terri, a young sexfilm starlet, arrives at an South American airport. She is to star in a movie & to sleep with the producer, but secretly she's in love with Horst, playboy son of an arms-dealer. He, in turn, dumps his girl Anjelica for her, & she in turn, goes to Satan for help. The first thing he has done is having the producer killed (why this is such a good idea is not explained. Then Anjelica & the hippie-girls go on a killing spree, finally ending at the house of Horst's father, where Horst humps the wife of a friend (who watches) while Terri, now pregnant, lies in bed with Horst's father. Naturally, Satan's girls kill them all.


So far goes the story that the Findlays have directed back in 1971, it's a very unsubtle film in fact, obviously based on the Manson massacre, & rather badly done & dubbed. Somehow, I still find it charming. As far as I know, producer Shackleton never released it in this form, however. He had director Mal Worob add some new material in 1976 right at the moment when ...


... Anjelica plunges her knife into Terri, there is a cut to another camera & someone shouts cut. It soon becomes clear we are in a filmstudio shooting the final scene of the movie. The director confesses to some blonde that the scene turned him on. She feels the same way & the director wants to make out. The girl has objections since the camerateam is still here. The director tells her the'd soon leave & they start to make out anyway, though the camerateam shows no intention of leaving. Then the director decides to spice things up a bit & cuts off one of the girl's fingers, getting some help from the camerateam who hold the girl down. Still not content, he decides to cut off a hand of the blonde too, her now screaming in terror. The cut-off hand does not seem to be faring all that bad, being seperated from the rest of the body apparently doesn't prevent it from moving about (!). Now the director seems to have tasted blood (in more senses than one) and disembowels the girl too, until the filmstock runs out ...


These last maybe five minutes are great fun all for themselves, for they are actually as phony-looking as I try to make them sound in writing, not at all helped by bad gore effects ... but Shackleton still tried to (& to some extent successfully) fool the audience into believing they were seeing an actual snuff-film - "... filmed in South America, where life is cheap." 

I was too young to notice back then, but the 70's must have been great !



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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