Killer's Moon (1978) Movie Review
Killer’s Moon is Britain’s answer to I Spit On Your Grave only sleazier. Produced in the late seventies it mixes lurid scenes of rape with dollops of ultra-violence and Clockwork Orange Droog style menace. Its story follows four drugged-up mad men who have escaped from the local asylum and seek refuge in a remote hotel in the Lake District where a class of stranded school-girls are staying. Unavailable since the halcyon days of the early 1980s and featuring a script amazingly co-written by award winning author Fay Weldon, this is a true ‘video nasty’ - with style.
This lost cult classic is released here on DVD for the first time and has been re-mastered from original materials. The film is presented with a plethora of extras including director/cast interviews and an audio commentary featuring director Alan Birkinshaw in conversation with Radio London DJ Joanne Good, who played one of the menaced schoolgirls.
About Killer's Moon (1978)
Starring: Georgina Kean, Edwina Wray, Alison Elliott, Hilda Braid, Jane Hayden, Chubby Oates, Nigel Gregory, Hugh Ross, David Jackson, Graham Rowe, Paul Rattee, James Kerry, Peter Spraggon, Carol Binstead, Joanne Good, Jayne Lester, Lisa Vanderpump, Debbie Martyn, Christine Winter, Lynne Morgan, Jean Reeve, Elizabeth Counsell, Anthony Forrest, Tom Marshall, Charles Stewart
Director: Alan Birkinshaw