Savage Weekend (1976)
Movie InfoThis is a relatively early entry in the slice-n-dicer genre that while made in 1976, was not actually released until the early '80s. Like most of the subsequent slasher flicks, the terror begins when a few horny couples head out to a remote location for fun and frolic. Unfortunately, their sexploits are interrupted by a homicidal maniac wearing a mask. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
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This movie was actually better as it went on. Don't judge it by first 15 minutes or your apt to turn it off. Starts off with a divorced Dad getting his son for the weekend, while Mom goes upstate with her latest lover and friends for an enjoyable weekend. Couples really enjoying them self swapping and lovemaking until they start getting axed/killed one by one. So who is doing the killing, ex-husband, Otis (Played by William Sanderson who always plays this part like gold on a ring.), the pissed off boyfriend?????? I'm not going to tell. Also in this film is Christopher Allport who plays gay Nicky and is a riot, like the scene in the bar. The film is loaded with cheesy fight scenes, my favorite part is where killer leaves girl on top of a table saw, she is in naughty nighties, stuck but still alive, because no electricity to saw, until a good buddy of her's flips the switch looking for her, neat. My copy came from Mill Creek?s Collection of 50 Drive-In Movies, which is a excellent by. Anyway the movie itself is worth 3 1/2 stars.More
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