Directed by: Chad Ferrin
Actors: Roger Garcia, Tamera Noll and Leigh Silver
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Description: When his teenage daughter is killed in a car crash and his slut wife left scarred and catatonic, James Fhelleps snaps. He believes that his daughter is talking to him, blaming God for not allowing them to be together he goes on a murderous rampage, slaughtering prostitutes and random lowlife.
Unspeakable…..well, yes, there are some pretty unspeakable things going on in this film. This is Troma Presents, low budget indie film that is probably the best thing ever put out by Troma. After a car accident, in which his wife was paralyzed and disfigured, and his daughter killed, a seemingly normal man begins suffering from hallucinations and losing his mind. And that’s about all I can or will say about that. This is not a film for the squeamish. There are more than a few disgusting things tossed your way while viewing this, but there are also generous doses of humor thrown in too. Sick humor, but humor nonetheless. A physical therapist, who “cares” (somewhat literally) for the invalid wife of said man above, has the walls of his apartment lined with nude pictures of women, and one of these pictures is the poster from “I Spit On Your Grave“.