Terror Circus (1974)

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3 showgirls on their way to Las Vegas have stuck all night when their car breaks down. The next morning ,a man offers them help, but, he's really a maniac. His mother abandoned him when he ... See full summary »


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23 April 1999 | Serpent-5
Siskel and Ebert's favorite director's first effort!
Played in Seattle as TERROR CIRCUS in 1980 (!) as a bottom half of a double billing with MOTEL HELL. This film is just sick and boring at the same time. A car full of girls takes a short cut to Vegas and get stranded in the desert, only to be prisoners to a madman (Andrew Prine, who is really good in this film). The film has a bad theme song, sloppy editing, a creature who lives in a shack, and whipping girls like animals. The film is made by Alan Rudolph, who now makes art house films. Many of you might see this film and say, it can't be the same guy who made this, but it is. He also made ROADIE with meatloaf! The video print NIGHTMARE CIRCUS is grainy, and the title is video tacked in. I hear it played in most cities in the early 70's as BARN OF THE NAKED DEAD.

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