Killing Spree (1987)

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A virtually plotless excuse for an interminable parade of repulsive (and amateurish) gore effects, this movie's psycho-killer scenario involves the manic antics of the oddly-named Asbestos Felt as he acts on the jealous delusion that his wife is engaged in affairs with their neighbors, friends, family, guests, handymen, and so on. The sadistic and splattery murders are presented amid hallucinogenic flashes of light, as if to signal to gorehounds where to pay close attention. Assorted depravities include decapitation, TV-set electrocution and dismemberment by lawn mower. The climax is stolen from the notorious Joe Spinell sleazefest Maniac -- a film which, though thoroughly disgusting in its own right, is far slicker-looking than this serving of direct-to-video tripe.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Horror
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In Theaters:
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Twisted Illusions

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Cast

Raymond Carbone
as Ben Seltzer
Asbestos Felt
as Tom Russo
Courtney Lercara
as Leeza Russo
Rachel Rutz
as Angel
Joel D. Wynkoop
as TV Repairman
Al Nicolosi
as Mr. Jerkins

Critic Reviews for Killing Spree

All Critics (1)

If you can sit through this entire film without wanting to go on your own killing spree, then I either respect your endurance or bemoan your stupidity...

Full Review… | December 8, 2007
Film Fan Addict

They don't make 'em any worse.

March 19, 2003
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Audience Reviews for Killing Spree

Some nice shots/transitions/lines/ideas for a no-budget indie film. But the overall film is pretty dull and borderline unwatchable. Nonetheless, a lot of inventive ideas for people to steal because they'll probably never get caught.

Robert Iwataki
Robert Iwataki

Some nice shots/transitions/lines/ideas for a no-budget indie film. But the overall film is pretty dull and borderline unwatchable. Nonetheless, a lot of inventive ideas for people to steal because they'll probably never get caught.

Robert I (Master of All Movies)
Robert I (Master of All Movies)
½

Disappointing follow up to Ritter's insanely stupid/fun 'Truth or Dare?' It has a few cool splattery moments but it's terribly slow and Asbestos Felt is hard to look at. Photobucket

A.D. Villarreal
A.D. Villarreal

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