MADMAN
1981, 88 min, Dir: Joe Giannone

At most summer camps, there is always a legendary campfire tale that gets passed down from camper to camper; but in the case of Madman Marz, there is truth to the story. When a group of snot-nosed campers decides to mock the folklore murderer, the backwoods barbarian answers the call with the vicious whack of his ax. Butchering counselors left and right, MADMAN mixes FRIDAY THE 13TH-style slaughter with the hillbilly horror of DELIVERANCE with grisly results.


MS. 45
1981, Drafthouse Films, 80 min, USA, Dir: Abel Ferrara

Thana (Zoë Lund), a mute seamstress in the fashion industry in the heart of New York’s rotten Big Apple, has her world destroyed when she is assaulted twice in one day. Her innocence lost, she seeks vengeance and takes to the gritty streets, luring would-be rapists and criminal scumbags to their demise with a blast from her .45-caliber pistol.


MANIAC COP 2
1990, 90 min, USA, Dir: William Lustig

Screenwriter Larry Cohen and director William Lustig are back for this sequel, in which the “maniac cop” returns from the dead to continue his mission of vengeance. Robert Z’Dar reprises the title role, with support from Bruce Campbell and Robert Davi - and a cameo by Danny Trejo!


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