Savage Abduction

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Released 1972

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Director:
John Lawrence
Released:
1972
Rating:
R
Savage Abduction, also known as 'The Bloody Slaying of Sarah Ridelander,' or 'Cycle Pyscho,' is a 1973 Z-grade sexploitation horror movie featuring a lot of skin and even more bad acting. Two women decide to hitch a ride from a group of messed up violent drug fiend bikers. The biker gang is acting under the orders of a homicidal maniac who hired them to kidnap women in order to feed his increasingly psychotic desires. The girls are to become the maniac's slaves. Now it is up to the girls to try to escape from the biker gang and the vicious madman. Currently released through Troma pictures, 'Savage abduction' is more of an interesting look at a historical relic from the old days of drive-ins rather than anything truly shocking or disturbing, but regardless it offers some dumb campy fun to those so inclined to enjoy such things.

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B-Movie Horror, Classics