Mark (John Waters) and Robbie Gifford (George Mallaby) are dysfunctional siblings whose relationship is further strained by the fact that Mark has a secret blood lust for petite blonde hitchhikers.
As wheelchair-bound paraplegic Robbie begins to suspect his brother, he is torn helping his brother (the only family he has left) and assisting the police force he despises so intensely, headed by the inquisitive Superintendent Cheadle (Ken Goodlet).
The pace of this Australian production is slow and ponderous and the acting is poor. On the bright side, it’s only 80-minutes long. Oh, and there’s Delvene Delaney (although she’s dead for 90% of the film).
Charles ‘Bud’ Tingwell
Robbie as a Child
John Lamond Jr