Axe 2001 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
After terrorizing a convenience store salesgirl with tomatoes, three lowlifes on a crime spree hide out at an isolated farmhouse occupied only by teenage Lisa and her pathetically paralyzed grandpa. Bad move, guys, for while Lisa looks innocent enough, she’s actually a ticking-time-bomb-of-psychotic-aggression who spends her days killing chickens, feeding raw eggs to her granddad, staring blankly into space, and hallucinating blood on a mirror. So when the three numbskulls add Lisa to their list of people to abuse, she promptly puts an end to their antisocial activities with the help of her two best friends, a straight-edge razor and her handy Axe.
Bonus feature: Who shot the Reverend Sam and cut his girlfriend’s tongue out? Was it religious fanatic Mose Cooper? Or that idiot Crazy Billy? Whoever it is will end up paying the ultimate price by frying in The Electric Chair (1972, 85 min.), written, produced, and directed by “Axe’s” J.G. “Pat” Patterson (who also plays the creepy Cooper), which gleefully details a hot-seat execution; Trailers for this, under the titles Axe, Lisa, Lisa and The Virgin Slaughter, plus trailers for Harry Novak’s Behind Locked Doors, Booby Trap, The Child, Frankenstein’s Castle of Freaks, Kidnapped Coed, The Mad Butcher, The Toy Box and Toys are Not for Children; Two Archival Short Subjects: Don’t be like Lisa! Learn how to stay sane with 1952’s Mental Health: Keeping Mentally Fit, and sexy sword-swallower Maria Cortez in We Still Don’t Believe It; Gallery of Harry Novak Exploitation Art; Horrorama Radio-Spot Rarities.