Minggu, 13 Maret 2011
Los Violadores aka Mad Foxes (1981) - Paul Grau
Perturbed about having his make-out session with an 18-year old virgin interrupted by a septet of Nazi bikers, Hal (our "hero," played by Robert O'Neal of Hell of the Living Dead fame) puts his Chevy Stingray to good use and runs one of 'em into a parked car. Not a smart move. This act of vehicular manslaughter (!) has some serious repercussions as the filthy fascists later ambush the pair, roughing up our main-man and raping his barely-legal babe. Not one to take this sort of thing lightly, Hal then calls on a local clan of kickboxers (!) who set out to get even with the "gang of hoodlum bastards." The coteries collide at an amphitheater funeral pyre and engage in Dolemite-esque bouts of martial arts, during the climax of which Der Fuhrer is castrated and force-fed his own Bratwurst! And this is literally just the first twenty minutes! Things soon escalate into a full-on blitzkrieg of the senses with good ol' Hal doin' his best Robert Ginty impression as he tries to wipe out the rest of the Wolfpack once and for all.
Bullet-paced and completely indefensible, Mad Foxes is truly one of the most absurd trash-epics ever made. Every single element screams outrageousness - from its tasteless acts of violence and gore to its non-stop slate of sexual shenanigans and nudity (including some startlingly casual male full-frontal shots). What other film do you know of that includes obscure hair-metal rockers Krokus on the soundtrack? Hilariously vulgar English dubbing only adds to the package. Whether you're a fan of garbage cinema at its finest or just lookin' for a fun flick to knock back a few bottles with, this 77-minute chunk of celluloid insanity is essential.
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