Reviewed by Mike Buchanan
Rating: 10 Beans
wo sisters are driven to madness after watching the brutal rape of their sibling and become crazed cock cutters in Psycho Sisters.
In this shot-on-video turd, Jane and Jackie Sicole (Christine Taylor and Pamela Sutch) witness the rape and murder of their younger sister (Tina Krause) by a group of drunk fraternity guys. The two sisters are bound and gagged but eventually escape by kicking their adversaries in their respective scrotes. In one of the most unintentionally funny scenes ever to be shot on a Maxell tape, we see two chicks in undies, hands tied behind their backs running through the woods. More groin kicking ensues, and the gals finally make it back to their home. On the floor, dead, but still lookin' rootable, is Tina Krause. The sisters begin to cry and slobber uncontrollably in yet another unintentional chuckle-fest.
The girls then spend five years in the booby hatch under the care of Dr. Lawrence (director Peter Jacelone). Upon their release from the kook hut, the girls embark on a whirlwind journey of killing and lopping off the donnikers of any man that crosses their path.
One ludicrous and implausible murder after another culminates in a final showdown between the same rapists that laid the pipe to their sister well over 5 years ago. Of course, these skinny chicks whoop the hockey out of the bad guys and shear off a few schlongs and pack 'em in a jar.
Don't let the super swank packaging fool you on this one. Inside is the most foul and fetid fecal smear of a movie you will ever come across. Amateurish is an understatement. No concept of how to light a scene. In fact, some shots are so dark you wonder why they were not re-shot. It is video tape, for cripes sake. The sound is garbled in many places, which may be a blessing to the ears after hearing some of the inspired dialogue such as, "Let's get those bastards!"
Director Peter Jacelone not only warns of impending doom in the form of Psycho Sisters II, he delivers as Psycho Sisters II was released in 1996. Minor actor and schlock film critic for Alternative Cinema, James L. Edwards, so pummeled the first Psycho Sisters movie in a review that director Peter Jacelone invited him to help pen the script for the sequel. It must be just as crappy, for Jacelone tried it a third time! A new version of the first one, also titled Psycho Sisters (1998) was made.
I pray to God that the bastard got it right this time.
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