Directed by Jeff Lieberman
When a seemingly ordinary guy at a party suddenly goes berserk and starts slaying the other guests, a man named Jerry (Zalman King) is falsely accused of the crime. Thrust into a classic Hitchcockian "wrong man" scenario, Jerry investigates a series of similar murders where ordinary people become instant homicidal maniacs, hoping to find out what’s really going on before the cops catch him. Might it have something to do with a very potent strain of LSD all the killers took in the swinging ‘60s? D.A.R.E. films were never half as scary as Jeff Lieberman’s beloved ‘70s cult classic.
In this ‘70s cult classic, a wrongly accused man must find out what’s causing sudden outbreaks of homicidal insanity in L.A.
Cast: Zalman King, Deborah Winters, Mark Goddard, Robert Walden
My favorite part was when the old lady demonstrated how the dogs jaws were torn apart with her own face!
Prominently features homicidal behavior and hair loss. Some scenes legitimately creeped me out. However, the acting is laughable, and the plot is thin, at best. Worth it for the visuals and general vibe captured here; I was not born yet when this came out, but I felt some connection to the times through watching this film.
Meh not awful, but a FAR cry from good. If you’ve watched everything else on here then check it out. Don’t make this a priority.
Not bad, interesting story at least. Parts were a little slow but not a bad thriller.