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Psycho Sisters (1998)

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"This is a gory, fairly enjoyable low-budget slasher movie about two sisters, Jackie (J.J. North) and Jane (Theresa Lynn) who are prematurely released from a mental hospital. They were gang-raped as teenagers, and their other sister Janice was murdered. The trauma has left the women as vicious serial killers who murder college boys in a small town, keeping their manhoods in jars in the kitchen cupboard."

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Review Date: 22 March 2006 My Rating: out of 5


This trashy shot on film remake of a pre-existing rehash of an already existing movie (I know, it's pretty confusing huh?) sees two overacting slappers kill anything with a cock, as a result of their sister being raped and murdered in front of them as they are tied to chairs in their cotton panties in a scene reminiscent of a Benny Hill sketch, minus the theme tune and lederhosen.

The dialogue, story and acting are wretched but the effects are surprisingly good. I couldn't help but laugh when the director revealed in all seriousness during the making of, that he set out to make the film scary.

Psycho Sisters has a B-movie charm about it that makes it a fun little movie, but it's not horror by any stretch of the imagination. Exploitation maybe, but not horror.

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