Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Drive-In Massacre (1977)

An American slasher horror by Stu Segall.
A series of murders occurs at a movie theater. All of the victims are couples and they are all killed with swords. When the police investigate, they find that multiple men working at the theater used to be sword swallowers.
Standard '70s slasher. If you like the teenagers to get chopped up, they do. Otherwise, not really worth it. The video was blurry, grainy and underexposed in that '70s way that makes it look dirty and maybe a little sleazy. The plot was easy to follow and the characters were identifiable, but the ending was inconclusive. I liked when the guy with the white car said that he has tools to do his own rim-jobs, but not when the guy in the warehouse was yelling "little girl" repeatedly. It's not a complex film and does not need a complex review. There is gore, death and a police investigation. If that's what you're looking for, this has it. I rate it o.k.

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