YOUNG WARRIORS
1983, Severin Films, 105 min, USA, Dir: Lawrence D. Foldes

A Californian college town is devastated after a gang of thugs rapes and murders a young woman. Her brother Kevin, dissatisfied with the small-town justice system, recruits his frat brothers to go full vigilante. Debating crime and punishment in the classroom by day and serving up bloody vengeance by night, Kevin and his fraternity risk becoming just as violent and ruthless as those they seek to destroy. With Ernest Borgnine, Richard Roundtree and Lynda Day George.


DAY OF THE ANIMALS
1977, Film Ventures Intl., 97 min, Dir: William Girdler

It’s man versus Mother Nature, and she’s packing razor-sharp claws and teeth. With the ozone depleted, a group of nature-happy hikers pays the ultimate price as radiation-crazed animals run amok. There’s mountain lions, grizzly bears and shirtless Leslie Nielsens … oh my!


PIECES
MIL GRITOS TIENE LA NOCHE
1982, Grindhouse Releasing, 89 min, Spain/USA, Dir: Juan Piquer Simón

In this infamous grindhouse thriller, a young boy with twisted ideas about sexuality grows into a serial killer on a rampage, collecting body parts to assemble his jigsaw puzzle of the ideal woman. Christopher George (TV’s “Rat Patrol”) is the hardboiled cop on his trail in a bizarre college town. Filmmaker Simón keeps the absurd number of red herrings coming at breakneck speed.


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