Slaughter's Big Rip-Off (1973) - Rotten Tomatoes

Slaughter's Big Rip-Off (1973)





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The sequel to Slaughter, this film follows the adventures of Slaughter (Jim Brown) as he struggles to kill a group of vengeful mobsters, led by the sinister Duncan (Ed McMahon), before they kill him.more
Rating: R (adult situations/language, nudity, violence)
Genre: Action & Adventure
Directed By: ,
Written By: Charles Johnson
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 9, 2001
MGM Home Entertainment


Jim Brown
as Slaughter
Ed McMahon
as Duncan
Brock Peters
as Reynolds
Art Metrano
as Burtoli
Jackelyn Giroux
as Mrs. Duncan
Russ Marin
as Crowder
Tony Brubaker
as Ed Pratt
as Chin
Hoke Howell
as Jimmy Parker
Chuck Hicks
as Lyle Parker
Piper Alvez
as Creole's Girl
Lisa Moore
as Prostitute
Chuck Niles
as Accountant #1
Reg Parton
as Accountant #2
Richard Williams
as Joe Creole
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Critic Reviews for Slaughter's Big Rip-Off

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (2)

Full Review… | February 9, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

Full Review… | February 17, 2002
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

July 30, 2002
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Full Review… | March 16, 2004

Audience Reviews for Slaughter's Big Rip-Off


Slaughter's back and I was able to finish out the two-fer set within the same week or so of seeing the original film! Go, me.

Another watchable Blaxploitation film that deserves to be dusted off and given another day in court, give this one a rental.


So it wasn't a real viewing, but I've seen most of the first and this one was playing at the bar we were at (in the mission, the one next to the Roxie that always plays blaxploitation movies). It has everything you need in a blaxploitation movie, random white guy, naked women that shouldn't be naked, crazy outfits in bright colors and odd patterns, and cheesy action.

I'm guessing the dialogue wasn't so great, but I personally think blaxploitation movies need need to not take itself too seriously or is creative about its situations (see Pam Grier movies). This seems to not have either. And since I don't remember the first one much (too many toxins in my blood when watching it), it couldn't have been too great.

Lee B

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