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Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers


Gunnar Hansen, Linnea Quigley, Jay Richardson, Michelle Bauer View All


Fred Olen Ray (Director), Fred Olen Ray (Screenplay), T.L. Lankford (Screenplay) View All

Released: Mar. 1st, 1988
Runtime: 1 hour, 15 minutes
Los Angeles private eye Jack Chandler is hired by a worried mother to find her missing runaway daughter, Samantha. As Chandler searches for her whereabouts, he uncovers an evil cult that worships an Egyptian god, whose followers commit human sacrifices with chainsaws to appease their deity. He soon learns that Samantha has revenge in store for the cult leader and his bevy of blood-thirsty, chainsaw-wielding hookers.
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Captain Spaulding
Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers opens with a disclaimer about how the chainsaws used in the picture are "real and dangerous," while also advising viewers not to try any of the stunts at home, "especially if you are naked and about to engage in strenuous sex," so it's immediately clear that the film is in on its own joke, which the hammy performances, ridiculous script and self-aware dialogue further demonstrate as the film moves along during its swift 75-minute run-time.