A shell-shocked Vietnam veteran stalks, rapes and murders the rich and beautiful women who frequent his gas station in retaliation for his service in the war.
NOTE: The scenes with murders are cuted in the end, so you’ll not see them.
Size: 120 MB / 229 MB
Duration: 10:04 / 15:09
Also Known As: Shaun Costello’s Forced Entry, Jeraldo Stuarti’s Forced Entry
Having read about it for years I guess I was expecting something more brutal than what I actually got. I think, for the most part, this is just a porno movie that tried doing something more than just your average porn, which was something every porn was doing around this time. The fact that they tried to tell a “real” story of a troubled Vietnam vet was an interesting gimmick but I’m really not sure it helped the film any. To me, this is still just a porn movie and I think for the most part the film tries to play erotic just as much as it does disturbing. There are a couple sex scenes that are clearly meant for the erotic nature and then we get Reems breaking in on the women for the rape sequences. I found the violence in a few of the scenes, especially the second woman, to be a lot more disturbing than the rape scenes. I was surprised to see how realistic the murder sequence was as it almost looked too real. I think many could debate what the film was really trying to go for but the film-making is rather lousy and this here takes away a lot of its more dramatic impact. I can’t say I was really disturbed by this film. Future films like I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE and MANIAC dealt with ugly subjects, minus the hardcore footage, and to me were much more disturbing. I think many expect this to be more graphic with the hardcore scenes, which is pretty much a given in terms of sexuality but the dramatic side that they were going for is lost due to some bad editing and just overall below average film-making. I did like some of the camera shots that got us “close” to the action but that’s about it. As a porno movie this is a mixed bag. As a drama it’s a failure. On the level of plain weirdness and depraved film-making it somewhat works as there certainly aren’t too many films out there like it.