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Sweet Kill [Import]

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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Shout Factory
  • Release Date: Aug. 21 2012
  • ASIN: B008XP13HI
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Fate of the Lonely Hunter Nov. 2 2013
By David Anthony - Published on
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Roger Corman released this independent film through New World Pictures under this title and "The Arousers". Both titles are good as they reflect the story of a psycho (a pre-John Waters Tab Hunter) whose repressed memories of his mother cause him to kill the women he tries to and fails to make love to. Hunter is superb in an atypical role for the time.
So sad to see Tab Hunter reduced to this rubbish Feb. 3 2015
By Steven J. Mcintosh - Published on
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Yes, Tab Hunter as a psychopath in a B-movie. Poor guy must have been desperate.

Too irresistible to not see, but I got exactly what I expected. His acting was adequate enough, but the movie was not. It drug out and was very slow paced. Very dark video made it hard to make out what was happening at times. Very little dialogue and lacked substance; didn't delve enough into what exactly went on between him and his mother and why certain things happened. But, hey, that's why it's a B-movie.

It's interesting that the film is inaccurately marketed as a sexploitation flick instead of capitalizing on Tab Hunter's star power, which is quite downplayed. Had he really been forgotten that soon?
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Sweet Kill Feb. 11 2013
By frank g young - Published on
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Definitely a different concept. 50-60's heartthrob Tab Hunter stars as a person who can only get aroused when the women is dead so he goes on a killing spree with the women he meets.This movie was also called the Arousers.Ample amount of nudity[of course]. Also stars Roberta Collins who was featured in other Roger Coreman movies.

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