A Scream in the Streets (1973) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Plain clothes cops Eddie Haskell and Bob Streeker hate freaks. No, not the sideshow kind. The “freaks” they’re after are the criminal scum running amok in Los Angeles—like the neighborhood voyeur who peeps on lesbian housewives, and the slimy sadist who goes berserk at a massage parlor. But Number 1 on their hit list is a cheerful serial killer whose hobby is hacking up ladies in a local park. Geared for the seventies drive-in crowd, “A Scream in the Streets” is as gleefully preoccupied with sex as it is with cops and robbers and deftly mixes crime and carnality with an abundance of sizzling starlets!
About A Scream in the Streets (1973)
Starring: Frank Bannon, John Kirkpatric, Con Covert, Norman Fields, Bobby Angelle
Runtime: 90 minutes
Director: Carl Monson, Bethel Buckalew, Harry H. Novak