All men are scum and shall be destroyed.
Still sweating from his gnarly debut, DRILLER KILLER, Ferrara returns with screenwriter Nicholas St. John for his iconic rape/revenge followup.
A huge step forward on a technical level, the New York native brings a new sense of discipline and formality, and he shoots all the righteous fury with a steady eye and a great sense of rhythm.
Zoë Lund is a bug-eyed mess, a lipstick Terminator cutting through the swinging dicks of NYC's grimy streets like a scythe. Even beyond the initial rape (unpleasant, but brief) - featuring the director himself - there's pressure on all sides, and her descent into homicidal rage is handled with style, and empathy competes with pity.…